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SO,

the other week I picked up a chaos hell blade in trade with a local player.. But it was missing the stuff to make the glass for the canopy (Perspex) can anyone point me in a direction of somewhere I can get one?

Also as the flyer base is far too big for the model, has anyone had any success using wooden dowling to hold up ‘small’ flyers.

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It looks like it's a flattish piece, I'd cut it out of blisterpack material.
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I would try ebay first or some other bitz sellers.


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I would try ebay first or some other bitz sellers.
The question is, I don't know what i am looking for? The instructions just ask me to cut up the Perspex.. and I havent a clue on its thinkness or well anything.

Using blisterpack material may be a good call.

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My vote goes to the plastic packaging as well. If you already have the canopy and just need to fill the gaps that would be really easy to cut into the right shape and glue in place.

I shudder when I think of ordering a single bit from anywhere, the shipping alone tends to make it not worth the money.

Unfortunately Canada got rid of the penny and now my two cents rounds down to zero, so...take it for what you will.

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