March 2016

Crumbs …..we have been busy – thank you to everyone who has kept us in business by placing orders.

At last, we are back to sending out a discount code with our monthly newsletter too.

We have also managed to fulfil some long-standing promises on our Seawulf range too, with the last of the old ones, the Julius Fucik, just waiting for some new production moulds to come in.

Also awaiting these, are the new Iraqi vehicles, various T-54/55mods, including 3 x SPGs and the famous ‘Lion of Babylon’.

Ready to go in to pre-production are a Swedish APC and loads of the US Stryker variants, Leopard 1A1 turret, the Humber Pig in two versions, the Bedford UBRE and the M114, so loads to look forward to.

We have also nailed down the format for the new space-saver terrain tiles.  They are 20mm thick, in place of 40mm and will be Styrofoam, not polystyrene, so will be more durable and take up half the space.  Rivers and streams will have a base of 10mm Styrofoam and the banks and top layer will be of polystyrene.  Hills etc will still be polystyrene.  This will also make it more economical for our US customers who have wanted TSS for years, but balked at the cost of shipping.  This will still be high, but for a product that will last for years!

More to come soon……



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