The TAG miniature range breaks down into 6 basic parts, and although a couple of these, the Modern and the Vietnam ranges, do butt up-to one another, it is perhaps best to consider all the parts separately.
Over the next few paragraphs I will break down the full ranges of over 3000+ minis, into handle-able chunks for you to read through, so in reverse order, these are the miniatures that we make and what they are used for;
NEW Fantasy Range Its the new kid on the block, recently acquired from White Knight Miniature Imperium, initially we have re-released his Dwarf Empire troops, and in the next few days we will be adding his Halfling to our range via Kickstarter.
The Ultra Modern range. Its where we started, a dozen or so years ago, a range to cover the wars of the Westernized militaries, and Corporate forces in the Middle East and Africa in the late 20th and early 21st Centuries.
Up Country (Vietnam). The best range of 28mm miniatures for the Vietnam war, in the world! Almost 200 minis representing native Vietnamese as well as Americans and Commonwealth forces.
World War Two TAG’s contribution to the worlds biggest wargames period is split into two distinct parts. Firstly, the wars in the far-east, Japan against the Allied forces of Britain and America, and secondly, the struggle in eastern Europe in the late war period, between Germany, and the Soviet Union.
The Renaissance The Jewel in the TAG crown, a huge range, covering warfare from the end of the 15th Century, thought to the middle of the 17th Century in Europe and beyond. The range of over 1200 miniature itself sub-divides into 5 other major periods, including the early Western Renaissance, the Thirty Years War and the Eastern Renaissance and more.
Medieval Asia Something of the black-sheep of the TAG range of miniatures, our Chinese range reaches back to the 6th and 7th Centuries, for the Sui and Tang dynasties, and forward as far as the Song dynasty in the 14th Century, where in bumps up to our Mongols, and excellent Gempei Wars Samurai minis.