The Alamo Saloon was Wild Bill Hickok's headquarters when he was marshal of Abilene, Kansas in 1871. This building is modeled after a building in Abilene purporting to be the original. This saloon has lots of elbow room for poker tables, a fancy bar, and cancan dancers. There are even slots in the floor for their slotta-tabs!
Features MDF with plastic windows and doors for easy assembly.
Supplied unpainted and unassembled. Figures shown not included.
Large 28mm or "heroic" scale, which is 32mm to top of head on average. Matches Dead Man's Hand, Copplestone, and other modern "28mm" ranges.
Choking Hazard: Small Parts; keep away from children under 3 years old or individuals who have a tendency to put inedible objects in their mouths.