Firstly, some nicely sculpted snipers from Great War Miniatures. I mounted the prone figures on large round bases. Leaving off the bases would have increase their versatility on the tabletop, but I liked the more "finished" look. The addition of a nicely detailed base is a little like putting a picture in a matted frame. It just looks better.
Next a couple of trench mortars. These are a mix of figures from Old Glory and Brigade Games. The Old Glory figures are shown serving the mortar. I took a second wheeled mortar from Old Glory and combined it with a team from Brigade Games that was initially designed to drag a Maxim. I filed down the rings on the ends of the straps that were sculpted on the figures, and then attached strips of thin plasticard. I quite like the effect, although I'm not sure how they will "game" on the table.
I did further conversions on a group of Old Glory figures designed to be part of a mortar team. These are shown here hauling forward a Brigade Games Maxim on each corner of its forward legs and sled. One of the Brigade Games' officers is wearing a rare helmet cover
The stationary Maxim below comes with its original Brigade Games crew. .
The granatenwerfer team are from the same specialist Great War Miniatures pack.