The whole damn battery
Inspired by Bob's Turkish artillery, I got myself a box of Strelets Turkish artillery. These figures are for the Russo-Turkish war of 1877, but they'll do very well for Turkish artillery in the Crimea and Egyptian gunners in the 1880s.
There's a very officious looking officer type with binoculars.
An 1873 Krupp gun.
This gun is suitable for Egypt in the 1880s, though I'm going to have to scare up another one from somewhere. These boys will be issued British guns for the Crimea, but for later service I'll need another. I have had a look at Irregulars Really Useful Guns, but there doesn't appear to be anything suitable.
As plastic soldier review points out these fellas with ram rods are not really required for the 1873 gun that comes in the set, but will do very well for the smooth bores used in the Crimea.
Having painted these, I've come to the conclusion that blue isn't that much more difficult to paint than white, so I may use the rest of the blue spray I used on these chaps to undercoat some Turkish infantry in blue coats.
The whole battery from the side
Du Gourmand and I played a Tel el Kebir scenario recently, based the modifications in Mike Dippel's Kassassin scenario. Not to shabby though I say so myself, though it does need further playtesting. These chaps will be seeing action there again.