Law of the Gun Wild West Rules

Law of the Gun is a set of free wargames rules by Richard Bradley for Wild West Skirmishes.

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When Technology Meets Tradition Early 20th Century Rules

From the Yahoo Groups Site:

"When Technology Meets Tradition" is a set of rules for wargaming early modern warfare conflicts, roughly from 1895-1915. The emphasis of the author is on early World War I (1914-1915) but other period wars are also of interest, such as the Russo-Japanese War or the Boer wars. The rules are fast-play and focus on the problems faced by military tacticians during early modern warfare: when outdated linear tactics and love of the offensive ran head-on into lethal, accurate, and rapid firing weaponry.

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Into The Breach 18th Century Skirmish Rules

Into The Breach is a set of free wargames rules for skirmishes in the horse and musket era.

Fire and Furia Francese

Fire and Fury Francese, from Nick Dorrell, is a variant of my all time favorite wargaming rules set, Fire and Fury. Whereas Fire and Fury is designed for the American Civil War, F&F-F  is for playing miniatures games set in the European wars of the mid 19th century, such as the Crimean War and the Franco Prussian

 

 

 

The Four Eyed Dog Is Dead Taiping Rebellion Rules

The Four Eyed Dog is Dead is a set of free wargames rules for games set in the Taiping Rebellion.

For what it's worth, the Taiping Rebellion is one of the least known -- and at the same time, deadliest -- conflict in world history. Taking place in China from 1950 to 1864, best estimates say that the Taiping Rebellion resulted in between twenty and forty million dead.