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PA651: 25mm Scale 3x Barbarians Classic Moulds

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  • PA651 Fantasy Armies - 3 Barbarians
  • Fantasy Armies - 3 Barbarians.
  • Tools used to make these moulds.
  • 25mm scale chart
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SKU:
PA651
UPC:
0735930006517
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.20 KGS
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Description

Engage your enemies with a horde of these barbarians and watch as the chaos spreads.

25mm scale rubber moulds that can cast multiple figures hundreds of times.

There are three different barbarians that you can cast and you can cast approximately 9 figures from a single ingot of metal (e.g. Model Metal ingot is 125 grams) provided you remelt the ingates between casting.

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  • Nigel Soames (Australia) - 19th May 2016

    5
    thank you Prince August

    When I was 14 my birthday present was a PA starter kit. I loved it; that was in 1990! My kids found the kit recently and we have had hours of fun making army's of skeleton warriors, orcs and wizards. It's the gift that just keeps on giving, and the quality is the same now as it was 26years ago. We recently discovered the PA site and were very excited to be able to increase our stock of moulds; thanks Prince August - you are fantastic

  • Mike McGuinness - 1st Mar 2016

    5
    CLASSIC OLD SCHOOL BARBARIANS

    Useful as historical Saxon/Viking types (I'm using them as Goths to fight Late Romans from the Men of the City Mould (PA652) I've had no trouble casting these after venting the mould. In fact I was surprised how detailed the faces and beards were on the figures. Please make more figures like this that can be used as Fantasy and Historical types.

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  • Nigel Soames (Australia) - 19th May 2016

    5
    thank you Prince August

    When I was 14 my birthday present was a PA starter kit. I loved it; that was in 1990! My kids found the kit recently and we have had hours of fun making army's of skeleton warriors, orcs and wizards. It's the gift that just keeps on giving, and the quality is the same now as it was 26years ago. We recently discovered the PA site and were very excited to be able to increase our stock of moulds; thanks Prince August - you are fantastic

  • Mike McGuinness - 1st Mar 2016

    5
    CLASSIC OLD SCHOOL BARBARIANS

    Useful as historical Saxon/Viking types (I'm using them as Goths to fight Late Romans from the Men of the City Mould (PA652) I've had no trouble casting these after venting the mould. In fact I was surprised how detailed the faces and beards were on the figures. Please make more figures like this that can be used as Fantasy and Historical types.

  • Adam Dudley - 26th Feb 2015

    5
    SAXON CARNAGE!

    With this mould if you drill a small hole from where the sword goes in between the middle figures legs and then with a sharp knife vent the end of the sword to out side the mould (remember to put your boards rough side to the mould to allow air to escape)youll get a perfect figure every time,try opening up the ingate for the shield slightly and adding a few vents to the top of the mould but also down diagnlly this will round the sheild off nice.:)

  • Rod - 22nd Nov 2014

    4
    Another example of how good metal is

    I've been involved with plastic miniatures for many years and now I wish I knew about making my own metal figures all this time!

    Recently I purchased a small batch of 25mm scale moulds including this one. The detail in these is wonderful. I really like them.

    The first figure (the axeman) comes out with the very well every time. It is exceptionally clear with even the beard clearly modelled.

    The second one also came out very well but occasionally I did have problems with the long sword. Though in one case it was simply a matter of filing a little extra off to make it a short sword instead. Again, the details are lovely with the chain mail texture well developed.

    The third figure was more problematic and the reason why I give 4 stars instead of 5 for this review. The back end of the spear was very hard to successfully form - Though I suppose venting may help. Additionally, the shield never seemed to be completely filled leaving a oval shape instead. I had to use the shields from PA652 instead. Maybe someone might have a technique to fix my problem?

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