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I usually just add to scales while keeping the existing ones.
At the moment I seem to be rebuilding my entire WW1 and WW2 collection in 15mm, but I’m still hanging on to the 6mm and 20mm stuff…
The only scales I’ve ever successfully ditched were 1/6000th scale naval (the idea of filing off all those horrible moulded on DD bases really put me off) and 28mm. I stuck with the latter for a few years, but it was only ever a niche scale for me anyway. Ssomebody ended up walking away with a real bargain load of 28mm Foundry colonial stuff, but hey ho. 15mm works much better.
I do toy with the idea of selling my 20mm WW1 stuff, but those Emhar Whippets are so nice.
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