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 This week I completed my first unit from the Reaper Bones CAV Strike Operation Kickstarter, the Ashigaru missile launcher vehicles.   Im using them for a ruleset other than CAV, so have them based two to a platoon stand, with a company HQ stand included.    I was happy how quick and fun the Bones vehicles are to paint, and look forward to doing more.  

C & C welcome.

 

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