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New site looks good Andy.


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SMPress of SGMM writes:

Sgt Major Miniatures has been silent over the first two quarters of 2012, but this does not mean that we have ceased working on our end of things! We have several announcements to make.

For starters, we have launched a new website. The address remains the same - sgmm.biz - but the content has been completely revamped from the floor up. The old system was quite outdated and cumbersome. The new system brings things into the 21st Century… If you notice anything amiss with the website, please let me know. I tried to QA it, but am only one set of eyes, and I am sure things slipped through, especially as I entered over 1,000 product codes by hand this week to get it launched!

VC Riflemen

Our new 20mm Vietnam line has been launched. These figures will be on display, and in stock, at Historicon this month; they are already available on the website.

Since our last news release in 2011, there have been many packs of figures added to the sci-fi and pulp lines. Many of these are still lacking pictures; this should be remedied over the summer. All of the figures will be on display at Historicon for those coming to the show.

For upcoming news, we have purchased two lines of figures recently. We are awaiting the master figures and molds; once in, it will take some time to ramp up production, so look for future news releases as each line comes online. The lines are both 15mm - one is the old Feudal Castings line that was being produced by QRF in the U.K., and the other is Venexia out of Italy. Again, more details to follow, but don't expect anything to be available until August, as there was no existing stock sent with either purchase…

Thanks!