That's quite an undertaking Chris.You certainly hid that as I thought you were a horse and musket man. Well done. A terrible battle in real life and most certainly a bugger to wargame. <br /> Many years ago as a young wargamer I was introduced to a chap who had fought at Stalingrad. On Rapid Fire - many moon ago I played a lot of the first edition rules with 6mm Irregular figures by substituting cm for " which worked well so I think your halving all distances should work for 12mm. With N gauge you could also pick up some civilian vehicles and figures from Model Railway sources. look forward to seeing more Ian. Reply Delete Jun 02, 2007 · Rapid Fire France 1940. I ran a Rapid Fire Game set in 1940 France. The Germans were to attack and the French were on the defensive. Victory conditions were set so the side holding more buildings than the other would win the game. There was a farm complex with 3 buildings and a small town with 3 buildings. I have been collecting and painting these armies for 3 years and it was great to finally see them on the table. Feb 27, 2012 · The Battle of Pig Point, 5 June 1861, (Land & Naval) The Battle of Big Bethel, (The Battle of Bethel Church), 10 June 1861. The Battle of Vienna, 17 June 1861. The Battle of Mathias Point, 27 June 1861, (Naval) The Battle of Hoke's Run, 2 July 1861. The Battle of Rich Mountain, 11 July 1861.