WW2 MDF Terrain

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WW2 MDF Terrain

Postby Primarch on Wed Mar 09, 2016 1:30 pm

Most of us know the big MDF companies, Sarissa, 4Ground and Sally4th. I'd just like to let you all know about a fairly new company that is making WW2 specific (and some SF) terrain; Charlie Foxtrot Models.
https://www.charliefoxtrotmodels.com/
They do a fair amount of stuff for Normandy and some for the Eastern Front as well. I recently placed an order for some Eastern Front Rural buildings and they arrived today. I put together a set of stables in about 40 minutes with no problems whatsoever.
https://www.charliefoxtrotmodels.com/co ... 56-stables
Their prices aren't bad, especially when compared to 4Ground, though you obviously need to paint them yourself. The only negatives are that they don't do free shipping and they don't discount the VAT as the company is still too small to be VAT registered. Hopefully in the future they will be able to help us avoid giving the UK government more of our hard earned Yen.
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Re: WW2 MDF Terrain

Postby The Other Dave on Sat Mar 12, 2016 7:13 am

GameCraft has got a pretty good MDF range as well, and is probably one of the few manufacturers that can set you up really nicely for North Africa, although they do have a (still fairly modest) European-style range.

http://gcmini.mybigcommerce.com/28mm-md ... est&page=1
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Re: WW2 MDF Terrain

Postby The Other Dave on Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:09 am

Double post, but Blotz as well has a pretty good range, with some Russian farm buildings for the Eastern front, and some more "military" style buildings (barracks, pillboxes, and such) for more general use.

http://blotz.co.uk/index.php?main_page= ... Path=23_29
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