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AGregory23 Apr 2018 4:43 a.m. PST

Folks:

I noticed that there has been a lot of activity on some of the Yahoo Groups related to traditional toy soldier wargaming recently, and it got me thinking about it (again).

I don't like wargaming with plastic – I like my soldiers to be 54mm tall, made of metal, and glossy! But that can get expensive…

I have put a couple of pages of possible interest up on my site: one is about sculpting and casting your own miniatures: hmwrs.com/CustomFigures.htm

The other is a listing of places to buy moulds for 40/42mm and 54mm figures: link

Cheers,

A. Gregory

Personal logo PaulCollins Supporting Member of TMP23 Apr 2018 5:25 p.m. PST

That was interesting. Thanks!

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