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S&T cleanup

April 27 2011 at 10:01 PM
Jason Burch  (Login eoyguy)
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Response to How much clean up should I expect from a

All the S&T figs I had were about like Warriors as far as flash and mold plugs go. No large globs or thick flash, but some thin flash here and there. I'm guessing if he recast them they may well have plugs the same as the originals. They also tended to have fairly obvious mold seams in places, but nothing out of the ordinary.Again, a lot like Warriors, not quite as fine as Verlinden (casting quality wise) or Alpine. I don't believe any of mine had any air bubbles or paper thin cast parts, and everything in mine was the same color (tan-ish/yellow/cream ) resin, no white, grey or anything in between. However, if you really WANT to have those figs, you are either going to end up paying pretty hefty $$$ when/if originals are put up for auction on e-bay, or be looking at repops from China. Honestly I don't have a big issue with them, being that S&T is out of business, but thats just me.If they are of decent quality, it may be a case of a bird in the hand...

This message has been edited by eoyguy from IP address on Apr 27, 2011 10:05 PM

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  1. S&T not out of business - John Rosengrant on May 3, 2011, 8:18 AM
    1. good to hear, John. - Carter Latham on May 3, 2011, 4:31 PM
    2. Hiatus or OOB - Jason Burch on May 4, 2011, 1:07 PM

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