|Dave's Wargames Shipping Containers.|
With the mental note that I have already made 30+ of these (in card), my first purchase was three shipping containers in mdf from Daves Wargames stand.
At the measly sum of £4 each I thought they were a bargain. I've seen a a lot worse at a much greater price.
|MDF Shipping Container.|
The other items in his growing range were excellent, easily amongst some ofthe best value for money in the MDF market, with superb detail on his building.
He has a Facebook page, "Daveswargames" and has also recently opened an e-bay shop.
I spent quite a long time talking the chap I assumed to be "Dave" - great bloke!
|Ainsty Fruit and Veg.|
affable Col. Bill's. He offers a 10% discount on all pre-ordered purchases from Shows he attends - one very reason that I didn't buy any of the Chicago Way buildings there and then!
My final purchases, again not on the list, were the four foam figure trays which I've been wanting for several years . They're standard fare and cost about a fiver each. I didn't go for the optional £5 cardboard box to contain them in as I have no intention of carrying them anywhere.
|My 'gangster' collection all safely stored!|
They are an identical size to the ones I use for my 28mm zeds, with space for 50 figures in each tray.
I filled three with ease, but the fourth had a measly three figures. This total of 153 figures was added to with thirteen finished cops for a grand total of 166 figures all least based and undercoated. The extra space can be used to store some of my more modern collection that are usable across the decades too.
So that's my limited loot report, but I have made some other interesting purchases over the last two weeks or so from the inimitable Poundlandbargainworld franchise, which I'll be posting about next week.
That's then and as always your comments are welcomed and appreciated!