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POLL: Miscasts: What Do You Do?


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siggian Inactive Member writes:

It depends on what was miscast. If the miscast is bad enough like a missing arm or head or something, that figure becomes a casualty figure to decorate the battlefield.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Politely ask for replacements
183
47%
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other (explain)
34
9%
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Ignore them and field defective units
25
6%
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Throw them in the bits box
56
14%
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Attempt home repairs
95
24%
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Porkmann Inactive Member muses...

I am plagued with an increasing amount of these, but I suspect that I am probably at the "fussy" end of the spectrum.

Anyway, when you are sent miscast products (let's say figures with missing bayonets or scabbards), wjat do you do?

Personally, I treat wargames products no differently to anything else I buy. If I am sent a defective jacket, I don't dig out the needle and thread I return it for replacement.