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So I usually conduct my business with http://bitsandkits.co.uk/ when I buy my small parts and it's only been at one time I wasn't satisfied when I ordered from them and it took almost 2 months to get my stuff and they didn't respond to my e-mails. The stuff arrived at last but yeah anyways. I've been waiting several months for a Trygon Tail and the upper body of a Daemon Prince to appear on the site, but it never does, so I'm looking for some alternative sites which sells bits which you might have ordered from and feel satisfied with the prices and mail-order-time.
 

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Well I was going to say B&K too but guess that's a no go.

Well to add to the suggestion of EBay and the trading forum here, I'd suggest some of the 40k or Tyranid Facebook groups, since I know many of the groups allow trading and selling, so maybe some of them can hook you up.
 

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Your best bet would prob be Ebay.
You've used Ebay in the past? What was your experience with that?

When i seen your thread, I was actually going to recommend @bitsandkits, they have been my go to guys for bits several times, and do good deals regularly, however failing that I could only recommend the Heresy trading area or e-bay for the very specific part mate!
So has I, it is only this time when they seem to rarely update with these items. You got a link for Herese-trading area?

Well I was going to say B&K too but guess that's a no go.

Well to add to the suggestion of EBay and the trading forum here, I'd suggest some of the 40k or Tyranid Facebook groups, since I know many of the groups allow trading and selling, so maybe some of them can hook you up.
Oh right, I could try and look here. Thanks for the suggestion! :)
 
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