Knuckleduster

By Polar_Bear
In Miniatures Game
Oct 6th, 2017
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We all know my love of “try before you buy.” Being an informed consumer is very important in this day and age. I also think it shows a company feels they’ve got a quality product. “Look, we’ll let you try it for free and we know you’ll come back for more.” Th...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Sep 13th, 2017
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Knuckleduster has been working on Gunfighter’s Ball for a while now, and they’re just about ready to unleash it upon the crowdfunding world. The game takes place in the Wild West and gives players rules for creating their gangs of lawmen or desperados or various other gunfighters and have...
By Polar_Bear
In Miniatures Game
Jul 17th, 2017
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The first time I was typing out that headline, I started typing, “Knew.” Caught myself just at the last minute. Anyway, there’s some new releases over on the Knuckleduster Miniatures website. They’ve got new characters, a new six-pack, and even some terrain for your games....
By Polar_Bear
In Miniatures Game
Jun 9th, 2017
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Mount up, men! We’ll head ’em off at the pass! Sure, it’s cliche, but it makes more sense than, “Anybody got any dimes!?” in context. But whatever line you want to use, it puts me in the mood for some old-fashioned wild west shootout action. And Knuckleduster Miniatures ...
By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Feb 8th, 2017
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The week rolls along (and I’ve got Ace of Spades playing), so you know I’m working at a pretty fevered tempo. If I’m going to keep up this pace as I work on TGN stuff and then get busy with some work on (redacted), I need to get a good meal of bite-sized gaming stories. […]...
By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Jan 18th, 2017
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And we’re already to Wednesday. It helps the week go along when you’re off on Monday. It’s also my friend Gilbert’s birthday! Yo. Gilbert. You old, dude. Anyway, along with cake and ice cream, we should fill up on some bite-sized gaming stories. Today on the platter we have: M...
By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Feb 7th, 2016
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Ah, Sunday. For me, at least, the relaxing day of the week. Sure, there’s chores to do like laundry and cooking for the week, but overall, it’s a day to just relax a bit. Also, I’m told there’s some major sporting event-thing going on today. Ok, I know it’s the Super Bow...
By Polar_Bear
In News
Sep 18th, 2015
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Saddle up your horse and get ready to ride. Head into town with your six-guns a-blazin’ in Desperado. The game, originally released in 1992, is getting a new lease on life via Knuckleduster Miniatures. This new book is just full of old west goodness to get you shooting down the bad guys. Tumble...
By Polar_Bear
In News
Feb 21st, 2013
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Knuckleduster has some more Western-inspired terrain with the release of their new Livery Stable terrain piece. From them to you: Knuckleduster Miniatures has just released a Livery Stable, the latest in a line of 28mm laser-cut wooden building kits. The stable kit, with removable roof panels and int...
By Polar_Bear
In 19th Century
Jan 30th, 2013
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Knuckleduster Miniatures has released some new War of 1812 packs over on their website. From the announcement: Back again with more new stuff! This time I’ve got two new 1812 packs, and one addition to an old pack. The first new pack is a set of three British or Canadian officers in round hats ...
By Polar_Bear
In News
Jan 26th, 2013
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Knuckleduster released a new Small Store with Stepped Front that’d be perfect to use in that Wild West Exodus game we showed a preview for a half-hour ago. From the release: This version of the small store features a fancy false front and removable roof....
By Polar_Bear
In Historical
Jul 4th, 2012
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Knuckleduster has a new weapons crew available on their website: Barney’s Flotillamen Naval Gun Crew. From the website: This set is meant to represent Joshua Barney’s flotillamen, some of whom famously manned gun batteries at the battle of Bladensburg, the battle culminating in the burnin...
By tgn_news_poster
In News
Oct 10th, 2011
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Knuckleduster Miniatures have released new Old West and 1812 models. From their announcement: Knuckleduster Miniatures has begun releasing mounted versions of its 28mm Old West figures, and has added several new sets of British Light Infantry to its 1812 range. Dozens of packs are now available for t...
By tgn_admin
In News
Aug 30th, 2011
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Knuckleduster is having their Annual Sale. From their announcement: Knuckleduster Miniatures is having its annual Labor Day sale; 20% off all orders of $100 or more from now till September 5th. Also, Knuckleduster has just released several sets of British infantry in Belgic Shakos in their War of 181...
By tgn_admin
In 19th Century
Jun 9th, 2011
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Knuckleduster have released two sets of 28mm War of 1812 US artillery crews. From their website: Your plaintive cries have been heard; the US artillery crews are finished. I’ve just posted them for sale. The first pack is the mid-war uniform, consisting of a laced coatee and cap (shako) that ca...
By tgn_admin
In 19th Century
May 31st, 2011
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Knuckleduster have added several new packs of figures in their 28mm War of 1812 range. From their website: More releases this morning. I’ve created three new sets to expand the selection of officers and NCOs in the US army of 1814. The first pack is US officers. The officer on your right is wea...
By tgn_admin
In 19th Century
May 6th, 2011
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Knuckleduster have posted an update on the status of several new 28mm miniatures they will soon be releasing. From their announcement: The shopping cart maintenance is finished and we’re back in business. I’m only days away from releasing US militia with Federal equipment (e.g. PorterR...