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  1. We have just added free shipping for orders over 300g in the UK and 500g everywhere else. No idea what that works out as value per order wise until orders start, so the best way to check is to check your basket for the current postage rate.

    This will be an experiment to see if this will pay for itself...if not we go back to full payment :(

  2. The New Release page has had a clear out so only new stuff is now to be seen.

    This months releases :

    WW2: Hungary: HUN10A- Guncrew plus HUNextra and HUN01A get an extra rifleman. More Hungarians to be added soon.

    Post Apoc: DF13-Driven in crash helmet, DF14 Angry Maxes, DF15- Bride

    Western Insurgents/Operators/CIA/Deniable Ops types...lots added SRV25 on...

    Irish UN head swap 

    Soviet Cold War Spetsnaz/VDV SPZ02 and 03. This range was going to be held until it is more fleshed out, due to requests, it is released early.

    Small Arms: Lots of new ones.

    In addition, we have aquired the rights to print and sell all of Eskise Miniatures 3D terrain. From, modern, medieval to sci fi. There are alot of files so please check back as we work our way through them. In the mean time check out some of the models here:

  3. We just managed to sneak in a few new releases.

    A new Section 'SMALL ARMS' now contains rifles and smgs!

    Also new heads added!


    Happy New Year Everybody!

    As promised, the Sale continues until the start of next week! Also as promised the first of our new releases are now available:

    Our range of Afghanistan buildings printed in sand plastic are now available, if the range proves popular, we can make many more of these, so if you want more, get buying.

    Also we were offered a few 3D models of modern vehicles for trade, the models are very nice but also very resin heavy so are expensive and may be fragile. I have made them availble as they really are nice models. The tanker is HUGE!

    Keep checking back as we hope (no guarantee) to have a few more releases along different lines the following days.