[WWI] NEW OT figures, well new to me

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Thu Oct 15 23:47:54 EDT 2009



Tom,  they might have  some uses, but 'soft pla stic' , those are what we used to call "army men" back when I was 5 or 6, in the 1950's. Thanks anyway, they don't  look awful , maybe there's a way to get the maker to  cast  some  in styrene. FWIW 



Merrill 




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From: "Tom Solinski" <dr-i.417.17 at cox.net> 
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Subject: [WWI] NEW OT figures, well new to me 




 Went for a snoop at the local hobby lobby and found these 1/32 OT plastic toy figures 



http://www.armiesinplastic.com/documents/ww1.html 



Might be a good source of diorama material. 



mrT 






From: wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org] On Behalf Of Dave Calhoun 
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Not sure if their web site is down but  I saw them in Columbus the end of August at the IPMS Nationals, and they had a table full of Windsocks for sale so would not imagine they are no longer around... 
Dave 
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