As we found out here:
The Early 20th Century Japanese kit could make serviceable WW1 Serbian troops. Particularly if the kit went down to one bedroll. (Sidenote: I can't find any pictures of Japanese troops with two bedrolls, plenty with one. I'm certain WGA did their research, but if both [single and double bedroll] are correct than the single bed roll certainly makes a more flexible kit.)
The coats, webbing gear, and putees are all a decent match for WW1 Serbs, Salonika time frame. Were the Serbs still using Mausers there, or did they receive French rifles? If the Serbs were still using Mausers I would just use the Arisaka rifles, but one could substitute Mausers from the WGA WW1 German kit if one desired. (I don't think the juice is worth the squeeze in 28mm).
If using French rifles the obvious source is WGAs French Infantry kit.
Just need to source shikatch heads. And/or use WGA French Adrian helmet heads.
Anyone have thoughts on the viability of this? Input?
Anyone know where to get shikatch heads?