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Production Issues

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About the Red Guards, Kill Commandos, Heavy Anti-tank, etc?

What I find weird is that all of those units are announced on FFG site but not on Dust Game dot com…

Don't want to sound like a bee-hatch but when an item shipping from Hong Kong to Canada take 2-3 days less than when ordering from FFG…the choice is easy to make. 

Hope everything goes well with the new models…the Kill Commandos look so cool!

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SolennelBern said:

About the Red Guards, Kill Commandos, Heavy Anti-tank, etc?

What I find weird is that all of those units are announced on FFG site but not on Dust Game dot com…

Don't want to sound like a bee-hatch but when an item shipping from Hong Kong to Canada take 2-3 days less than when ordering from FFG…the choice is easy to make. 

Hope everything goes well with the new models…the Kill Commandos look so cool!

Wow, re-read my post and it sounds rude and harsh, not what I meant…sorry.

My question is: Is it possible that some of the models be "FFG exclusive"?  Like the Red Guards, Kill Commando and the other announced? Or is it simply some normal delays between FFG and Dust Models announcements?

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I think it just that Dust Models doesn't announce things as early as FFG does when it comes to the things they're releasing together.

It seems the let FFG take the led per se.

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 Dust Models releases things to FFG. FFG then decides when to release them to the public. The SSU Ground Attack and Airborne Walker Helicopters have been available in Premium form from Dust Models in Hong Kong for 6 weeks, which means they were done and painted at least a week before that. I would imagine that someone in FFG caught an incorrect card or something and had to delay to reprint it.

 

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And it might be fixing an unacceptable level of breakage.  The tail fins on the infantry transport helicopters seems to be weak and/or prone to pouring errors that make them weak.

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