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T110's Supposedly Comfortable New Year

Дата: 12.01.2016 16:37:25
View PostLegiondude, on Jan 12 2016 - 06:29, said: There's already a couple groups using 3D printing to pick up the slack where GW dropped Battlefleet Gothic on I've noticed   Then again there's also some more tenacious fans, came across a blog posting printable papercraft versions of the ships

The_Chieftain:   Fifteen years ago, I was using the originals to cast my own models. Initially it was simple latex molds with plaster tanks for Epic Space Marine, but I graduated to hard molds casting in lead for my Dark Elves. Wasn't perfect, but did the job,  

View PostWulfeHound, on Jan 12 2016 - 08:14, said: The only thing I can think of that is nearly as much as a money sink as tabletop wargaming is building scale model kits. Most of the higher quality kits I've seen for sale (especially large scale kits) are $100-200US minimum, and that's not counting paint, putty, photoetch metal details, resin detail sets, and so on.

The_Chieftain:   Yeah, that Mogami I just picked up had a list price in excess of $200. (But I bought it on sale). Now I think of it, though, I'm not sure where that $60 photo etch set for it got to.  

View PostDaigensui, on Jan 12 2016 - 09:38, said:   I don't see anything wrong with this, unless there is some catch you didn't mention.

The_Chieftain:   As already mentioned, the ammo is useless without the firearm which is already regulated. I'm another .303 owner, and have had to buy online. Further, local ordinances are shutting down firearms shops, they're using zoning laws to remove "undesirable businesses" from profitable areas, the last one in all of San Francisco shut down two months ago. Where else would I get it? 

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