Well, surprise surprise there are no manufacturers out there who make PSP miniatures let alone in 15mm so it was back to the drawing board to see what I could pull together.
Essentially they had very little armaments other than pistols and rifles. The occasional heavy machine gun dotted about here and there but in such small numbers that they could be discounted.
Having taken a close look at their uniforms, paying particular attention to the headwear, cut of the jack, belts and boots they had a fairly close approximation to Polish cavalry uniforms so long as you were prepared to do a head swap... which of course I was!
I opted to use Forged in Battles dismounted Polish cavalry on Czapkas (a type of cap) and purchased a load of Spanish Civil War Assault Guard heads from Peter Pig to do some head swaps.
I managed to track down some pretty accurate uniform guides and away we went!
At the scale of 15mm the fine details of the collar tabs becomes impractical but this guide gave me the general colouration that I needed to be trying to achieve.
The only thing I had to do to the miniatures other than the actual head swaps was clip off the cavalry gas mask containers and file down the cut area to blend in the contours of the figures.
Because of the widely varying numbers of officers in different stations across Poland I opted to go for an average section size of 10 men and to have a full platoon of 3 sections and a headquarters element. Simple but effective!
By happy coincidence I had seen that QRF miniatures had one of these bad boys in its WW1 French range and decided that it was too good an opportunity to pass up on. Another funky little troop option I could shoehorn into my Polish army.
The main problem with the QRF miniature however is the weapon. The shield needs some serious realigning done to it and you pretty much have to make your own weapons. I had quite a few spare Soviet heavy machine guns from my Syrian AA unit thatI had cannibalised for my Polish AA platoon and so I used two of these HMGs for two of the cars and essentially built my own Puteaux 37mm for the last car. Simple but passable!