28mm Pacific WW2

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Glasgow Warhog
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28mm Pacific WW2

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If anyone wants a wee look at some 28mm Pacific bits and bobs....we have just posted up some pics of our latest Christmas productions!
Almost all is 3d stuff.
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You might want to look at that link...

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Thought it was just me.
siggian wrote:
Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:32 pm
You might want to look at that link...

Glasgow Warhog
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opps ... cheers

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That's a nice project, well done. Inspirational for the 3D printing.

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Amazing work - esp like the Marines wading ashore

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Thanks for your comments - poiter50 and Truscott Trotter. Yes the 3d printer makes a difference it opens up so many doors for wargamers and the wading Marines are so that we can play from a sea mat to the beach mat then onward.... It should be great to play I cannot wait for normal playing to return.
I can't wait to get the dice rolling again.

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