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Secret Weapon Offers Money For Old Rope, or old resin bases

May 12th, 2012 by Mad Dave Comments

     Secret Weapon Trade-In Program

Secret Weapon have announced their all new resin base trade-in program.

Secret Weapon are known for top quality scenic resin bases with sizes and styles to fit most miniature table top battle and role-playing systems. They also have a large selection of weathering pigments, washes, basing kits and conversion bits.

Now they are going one step further by offering a trade-in program for your old resin bases.

Here’s what their site says.

“After hearing countless people say, “I wish I’d seen this before I bought that,” when we roll out new releases we decided it was time to unveil the Secret Weapon Trade-In Program.

This program will allow you to exchange your current resin bases for the latest and greatest from Secret Weapon Miniatures!

But wait, there’s more!

When you receive the coupon code for your trade-in you can use it to purchase ANY Secret Weapon product. So if you don’t need more bases you can pick up some of our incredible washes or pigments!

But wait, there’s more!

Non-Secret Weapon products are eligible for trade-in! No, really, you can send us resin bases from one of our competitors and get a credit to use on your next Secret Weapon purchase.”

To find out more visit Secret Weapon Trade-In

Keep your eye on FTN as I will be reviewing some of the Secret Weapon bases in the very near future.


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I'm Mad Dave one of the team's growing collection of tabletop gaming nerds. I was raised on a healthy diet of TV like Blake 7, Doctor Who and Star Trek with a side of sword and sorcery / sc-fi movies and a large dollop of board games like Cluedo, RISK and Hero Quest. You know your a gaming nerd if: You bring toy soldiers to work? You bring toy soldiers to work and you work has nothing to do with toy soldiers? Most of you jackets / coats have dice in one of the pockets? You hate throwing away packaging because you know it's actually a ruined building or field generator? You have a collection of old packaging? You can find something relevant to your hobby i.e. books, magazines, figures etc in almost every room in your house? I no I'm a nerd because I've done all of the above, how many of these made you smile and nod yes to?