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Re: The GZG Digest V2 #1881

From: agoodall@a...
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 16:19:29 +0000
Subject: Re: The GZG Digest V2 #1881

> But learned a great lesson that morning, minis cases always go into
> trunk.

I keep some minis in pistol cases. I discovered that it's far cheaper to
a pistol case than it is to buy a dedicated miniatures case. (Though
almost impossible to find a pistol case in Canada; I used to get mine in
U.S. before I moved down south.)

However, I do know of people who refuse to store their miniatures in
cases, and for reasons similar to what happened with you. People see a
case and assume that it has a pistol in it. Someone on a few years ago mentioned having a large

ancients army stolen. Someone saw the cases in his car and stole them, 
thinking that they held a couple of guns.

If you use pistol cases, keep them out of sight at all times. Another
which is about as cheap as a pistol case but more work, is to get your
foam and cut sheets to fit in a plastic container (Rubbermaid, Sterlite,

etc.). If you're very industrious, you can cut out compartments for the 

Allan Goodall

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