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    piers
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    Painted some of the new PSC 20mm USMC…

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    #1640009

    bloodmoonorc
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    They’re looking excellent. I look forward to the release of the Japanese.

    #1640196

    lloyd
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    So sweet!

    I must go check out the range again 🙂

    #1640197

    limburger
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    nice … now all we need is a game to use them 😉

    #1640246

    piers
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    @limburger

    Buy Battlegroup Pacific then.

     

    #1640445

    limburger
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    @piers I was thinking of that Vietnam game you did battlereports for … (any updates ? it sounded cool)
    but then I don’t know anything about which marines served where exactly.

    #1640708

    piers
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    @limburger

    Yes… its done. Needs artwork, pics and time…

    Should be out this year with luck… WW2 version next. 🙂

    #1640991

    ninjilly
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    Looking great. Really like the PSC stuff, sadly just no interest locally in 20mm ww2. Watched Gerry’s unboxing of the new 8th army today – was there a lot of flash on these too? @piers

    #1641035

    bloodmoonorc
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    Paint up a couple of platoon sized forces for Chain of Command in 20mm. Start a local trend.

    #1641036

    ninjilly
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    There’s a big Bolt Action and Chain of Command community – they just aren’t interested in 20mm. It’s a bit weird but let them eat cake etc. The smaller scales (6/15/20) are popular for other eras but 28mm is just the preferred scale for WW2. I won a Flames of War two player starter and, when it eventually arrives, I’ve already talked to a friend about playing about with it as is vs basing for BA/COC.

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