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  • #47578
    PatG
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    For the first post, a few 20mm plastics conversions:

    More on my blog

    #47579
    John D Salt
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    Really nice work — I do like chobbling plastics around to provide elegant variation, it’s economical and creative and appeals to the old school wargamer in me. Because I dislike prone figures, I seem to spend a lot of time cutting LMGs from prone figures and attaching them to standing ones.

    The Lifebuoy is a nice idea, but not big enough to my eye — it really was a monster, and packed more flaming horror than ay other nation’s backpack flamethrower. For some reason this was a weapon no manufacturer bothered to model for ages, but now there are quite acceptable versions to be had in the Caesar set http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/Review.aspx?id=1386 and the HaT WW2 British MGs set http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/Review.aspx?id=1746.

    All the best,

    John.

    #47580
    kyoteblue
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    Cool.

    #47614
    PatG
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    Thanks John – I was working from memory of one in a case the local museum. Looking at pictures online the next one will have to be bigger.

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