RogerC wrote:The Swedish guns in most battles were 3 pounders and dint see much action, being left behind by the faster moving foot. 2 thirds of the Polish Cavalry were Pancerni. There wont be a lot of winged hussars but if you a feilding a lotof Poles perhaps use the odd one.
You are on the right track
But as I said before, Hussaria are elite Noble Cavalry and most of them served to stem the tides of Turks. Therefore (and because their elected King had agreed to the terms to fight the Turks) they fought alongside Augustus II. Forces. Their numbers are roughly about 6.000 Horsemen.
There may of course be some confusion as the Hussaria may have been converted back from their new designation as Cuirassiers who fought in the ranks of the Small Polish Crown Army on the Swedish Side.
I like to point you towards the battle of Kalisz fought in 1706, weeks after the "surrender" of Saxony to the Swedes.
It as a battle fought by large Cavalry force, about 35.000, against a mixed Infantry/Cavalry force, about 15.000.