Cowboys and Indians as a genre was popularised by Hollywood during the 20th Century but also has a literary history of fiction too. The struggles between early European Americans as they spread across the land was often seen as a source of patriotism and social pride. The Native Americans had, of course, lived on these lands for thousands of years and had serious reservations about these new invaders. Some formed alliances and traded while others sought to drive them out of their territory.
Guns were used by both sides, although the Native Americans were unable to manufacture them so relied on other means to acquire them. To have a rifle or other gun was seen as a great prize and a powerful symbol of a warrior.
This Native American (Indian) figure was originally hand carved from wood by our famous sculptor, Holger Eriksson, in the 60's and 70's. This 40mm scale miniature captures the delicate nature of the human form with surprising accuracy.
This is a rubber mould that can be reused many dozens of times using our low temperature metal. This mould does not come with accessories so please make sure you include our accessory pack and some metal so you get the most out of this experience.
This product is not suitable for children under the age of 14.