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New WW1 figures by DML????

April 24 2012 at 5:22 AM

Greg Neal  (Login ANZAC1915)
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Just saw this post on the Allied Forum (thanks for the heads up Mr Bowie)
With a little bit of work they might just make a reasonable British/Aussie MG team in WW1

http://www.network54.com/Forum/47208/message/1335174559/Dragon+announced+a+set+of+British+figures!

It's probably the closest we will get from Dragon

Cheers
Greg

 
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Paul Bonnett
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WW1 figures

May 1 2012, 5:16 PM 

Full of potential with maybe a Resicast Vickers, Just hope they bring out more sets like this or even dedicated WW1 sets. The more we show an interest the greater our chances !

 
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