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XX001 3 x 3 cm bases (square)
These are used for the majority of Peter Pig rule systems.   Usually infantry
40 Bases in a pack.   

XX002 3x 4 cm bases (rectangular)
Usually used for cavalry and equipment.
40 Bases per pack.   

 XX003 4 x 4 cm bases (square)
These are usually used for guns and generals
10 Bases per pack £2.50

The famous Piggy Dice £6       Pack  0f 12
Choose colour   All dice are 16mm size.   Piggy on the 6.     

16mm dice. Peter Pig first produced these dice with piggy head on the 6 (instead of the traditional 1 in 2003).  Another innovation from Peter Pig.

Black (xx201)

Dark orange (xx202)

Orange (xx203)

Kawasaki green (xx204)

British racing (dark) green (xx205)

Blitzkrieg (dark) grey (xx206)

Spitfire (light) blue (xx207)  

Mid blue (xx208)

Pink (xx209)  

Ivory (xx210)  

Yellow (xx211)

(XX004) Pair of choice dice
2 faces "I choose" 4 Faces blank.
Used when a player wishes to choose the location of the casualties inflicted. Used in some Peter Pig rules.

£1.50 per pair

Peter Pig 15mm figures
Peter Pig is one of the world's leading 15mm figure manufacturers.  We make 6000 different figures and models.  These are distilled into   1800 (15mm) packs. Every range has an associated set of rules. Also, there are related 15mm scenery ranges to accompany the figure ranges.  In these days of wandering measures of sizes into 18mm, 12mm and other sizes close to 15mm; Peter Pig has remained true to the 15mm ideal.  These other sizes are often an attempt by a manufacturer to create a market  for just their peculiar size. It is also used by sculptors who cannot work well with the 15mm size restriction and so need extra size in order to create acceptable sculpts. Peter Pig will continue to do 15mm wargame figures.  We will also constantly return to each range in order to carry out updates and additions.
Thus we have  15mm ranges with longevity and future potential.

Range 11   Mexican Revolution

Welcome to the Peter Pig Mexican revolution range.
As with all Peter pig ranges it will be comprehensive. There will still  be gaps though. By "gaps" is meant  that some items  do not get into the range. An example might be Mexican or American armoured cars.

John C has made a nice sheet of flags to get your units  "flagged up"
Click Here

Here are some more, this time by  flags by Pierre C

Click here

A train Click here

Notes about the Mexican Revolution (Mexrev)

There are a number of good sources for the gamer considering this war.
It is recommended that the Osprey Elite 137 "The Mexican revolution 1910 -1920" gives a really good overview of the wars with a low outlay of money.

Brief History
Although there are many sources for information, we will give a sketch outline in order  to assist gamers in planning their armies for this period.
The Mexrev is a collection of government changes ( by force of arms) and much side changing. Also rebels that become governments.

The Mexrev is a Mexican war , fought between Mexicans.
Without wishing to offend US customers, it must be said that the US army does not play a major part in the war.
The US took Vera Cruz and held it for a while. the US also chased Pancho Villa around a bit ,after Villa's raid upon the town of Columbus in the US.
There were no battles between US armies and Mexican armies.
All of this means that US troops will not appear until the later stages of the Mexrev  range.  This is a range  focusing on the Mexicans.

It is fair to say that the leaders in the Mexrev end up dead by the end of it; with very few exceptions.

The armies
Others probably know much more detail than is given here. However, the detail given here is to give players access to the Mexrev rather than to impress them with machinations and politics.

1. Government  first half
At the start of the Mexrev the troops are widely using a French WW1 type kepi.
They also use a peaked Russian type cap.
Some troops are wearing a sun /pith helmet, similar to  the British in the Sudan. This pith helmet was more popular with artillery units.

2. Government second half
The Rebels of the first half were known as "Constitutionalists". They become the government of the second half.
They wear cowboy type attire in the form of civilian cut clothes. This would typically be a cowboy hat, short jacket, trousers and short boots. With all their ammo, they take on the appearance of Boers (minus the beards). In the second half their attire is similar, but much more uniform. e.g. the same hat for everyone not just a similar style.

3. Rebels with big Sombrero
Sombrero rebels are Zapata in the South and Pancho Villa in the North.
Zapata  troops would almost universally be wearing sombreros (they are very unwealthy).
Villa troops would have both Sombrero troops and cowboy hat troops.
These two rebel armies are independent of the Constitutionalists ; sometimes fighting with and sometimes against.  

4. Cowboy hat rebels

5. US
The US army of this period are wearing their WW1 uniform but lemon squeezer hats and no helmets. The US navy ashore and US marines saw more action than the army. It was USMC and navy ratings that took Vera Cruz. Encountering  street fighting but no full battles. The navy personnel are wearing "normal" sailor uniforms.

6. Indians
Indian tribes such as the Yaqui start with bows and move onto rifles. Early units would have feathers in their hair, progressing onto cowboy hats. Indians do not form their own armies.

7. Rurales
This is the pre-war country side (rural) police force. They wear a uniform featuring a nice tall sombrero and look very smart.. They usually fight for the government in power. Rurales do not form their own armies.

Having stated all of the above it should be noted that  there are many uniform types not mentioned here.

This is an introduction only. Designed to attract interest in the Mexrev rather than to demonstrate knowledge.


Pierre's GALLERY

These nice pictures are by Pierre Laporte

Thank you Pierre

Government First half

1. Government troops kepi advancing

2. Government troops kepi firing

3. Government troops kepi command

4. Government kepi MG (2 teams)

5. Government kepi wounded

6. Government cap gun crew

7. Artillery crew helmet

8. Government officers in cap

9. Government troops in cap firing

10. Government troops in cap advancing

11. Government troops in cap charging

12. Higher command in cap

13.  Government cap NCOs

14. Government troops in pith helmet

15. Govt. command in Pith helmet

16. Government cap cavalry troopers

17. Government cap bugle and standard bearer

Use trooper for officer.

18. Government MG pith helmet (2 teams)

19. Govt. cap dead

Rebels with Sombrero

20. Sombrero  with bolt action rifles advancing

21. Sombrero Winchesters advancing

22. Sombrero Winchester charging

23. Sombrero bolt action kneeling firing

24. Sombrero kneeling pausing Winchester

25. Sombrero officers

26. Sombrero gun crew  

27. Sombrero higher command

28. Sombrero flag bearers and buglers

29. Sombrero  cavalry firing

30. Sombrero cavalry galloping

31. Sombrero cavalry bugle and standard

32. Sombrero cavalry with pistols

33. Sombrero winchesters firing

34. Sombrero bombers

35. Sombrero MGs  
(2 teams)

36. Sombrero dead

37. Sombrero  mounted bombers

38. Sombrero women+ rifles

39. Sombrero women + baggage

More pictures by Pierre Laporte


44. Indians  with bows

45. Indians with Winchesters

46. Indian command

Rebels with cowboy hats

50.  Cowboy hat advancing

51. Cowboy hat kneeling firing

52. Cowboy hat standing firing

53. Cowboy hat gun crew

54. Cowboy hat NCOs

55. Cowboy hat officers

56. Cowboy hat standard and bugler

57. Cowboy hat MGs
( 2 teams)

58. Cowboy hat cavalry with pistols

59. Cowboy hat cavalry with rifles

69. Cowboy hat cavalry command

Government second half

70. Advancing    

71. Standing firing

72. Hi porte ready

73. Officers


80. Officers

81. MGs (2 teams)

82. Infantry advancing

83. Infantry kneeling

84. Light kit advancing

85. tatty (campaigned) advancing

86. Gun crew (2 crews)

87. Higher command

88. Dead

89. Cavalry with pistol  

90. Cavalry with rifle

91. Cavalry command

92. Foot cavalry advancing

93. Foot cavalry kneeling firing

94. Foot cavalry command

95. Horse holders and empty horses

96. Prone and LMG


100. Stretcher parties (x2)

101. Film crew (x2)
Slate, director, camera amd reflection board.


273. 75mm Schneider Canet field gun

169. French 75mm field gun

99. Mondragon 75mm field gun

This is the Dodge brothers 1914 30-35 touring car. This car was used by US forces and by Mexicans too. There were other cars in use but this one captures a good "typical car" look. The driver only version has one figure in it and a sabot of two heads (US and Mexican).
The 4 person version has 4 figures integral in the model. A sabot of 4 heads in metal is provided as well. Owners could use this feature to introduce other head variants.
The model is resin. Owners could sand down the base if they wish it to not be  there.

Note. There were successive versions of this car. There were other cars in Mexico. This model is designed for war gaming the Mexican revolution not as an item for car collectors.

60. Dodge touring car £4.50
(Driver only)

61. Mexican crewed Dodge touring car

4 persons

62. US crewed Dodge touring car

4 persons

63. Dodge touring car (supply car)  £4.50

64. Dodge pick up truck   £4.50

pdf buildings for free download

Building A
Black and white

Building AA coloured in

Building B
Black and white

Building B coloured in

Building C

Black and white

Building C coloured in

Buildings (resin)

A range of resin buildings. These are well researched buildings for use in Mexican revolution and Mexican western games.

These buildings were painted with a  golden brown undercoat. Then a brown ink wash was applied. Finally a dry brush of white with various  tans. All paints were acrylic and the washes were by Windsor and Newton.

104. Bakery  £6.00

105. Brick works  £6

106. Row building  £6.00

107. Scrub building

108. Big house £9

109. Big house posh front £6


110. Church £7.50


Big house  joined with posh front to create a hacienda

Government first half cavalry on the move.