Barbed Wire Barriers. 

 

Perfect for any battle field from 1914 to 50,000. 

 

Great for putting up barriers and creating bottle necks and choke points on your battle field, I have played these as destroyable terrain in the past, a great way to expand the narrative of a small or large scale game. 

 

Base & brackets cast in high quality SG2000 resin. 

Supplied unpainted & unassembled. 

Barbed Wire barrier x 2

£5.00Price
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  • Although we do give our resin products a wash, you may find that some parts still have a slight glossy sheen to them. This is caused by the releasing spray that we use to make it easy to remove the parts from the moulds. If this is the case you will need some warm tap water and a mild abrasive cleaner, such as washing-up liquid, DON’T USE ANY BLEACH. Put the parts into the soapy water and leave them to soak for 5-10 minutes, then thoroughly scrub each part with an old toothbrush. When finished dry the parts and you are good to go.

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