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Made in us
Privateer





The Land of Big, Stompy Robots

Can anyone tell me what model this is? I'm fairly certain it's not GW, but beyond that, I've got nothing. It does have writings on the tab, but I can't read it.
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This message was edited 2 times. Last update was at 2019/08/20 04:38:58


New Career Time? 
   
Made in gb
Perfect Shot Ultramarine Predator Pilot





Brookside Close

Looks like a techmarine, easiest way would be to split the base to find out

WIP - Blood angels Showcase
 queen_annes_revenge wrote:
Straight out if the pot, bang it on. What else is there to know?

 
   
Made in au
[MOD]
Cutting stuff up and bunging it back together in new and interesting ways.






Under the couch

Doesn't look familiar, but would most likely be from one of the gaggle of companies that sprang up in the late 90s making 40k 'inspired' models.

   
Made in us
Fixture of Dakka





West Michigan, deep in Whitebread, USA

It's a really old off-brand Space Marine, I think it was supposed to be a techpriest. I can't remember which company, but I own the model. Pretty sure I bought it pre-2000.



"By this point I'm convinced 100% that every single race in the 40k universe have somehow tapped into the ork ability to just have their tech work because they think it should."  
   
Made in au
Anti-Armour Swiss Guard






Newcastle, OZ

Looks old RAFM.
They had powered armoured space knights back in the 90s too.

I'm 50.
Old enough to know better, young enough to not give a ****.

That is not dead which can eternal lie ...

... and yet, with strange aeons, even death may die.
 
   
 
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