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Play Unplugged posted another mini review on their website. This one's the Waste Priests from Sgt. Major Miniatures.



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From the review:

I first encountered Sgt. Major Miniatures at Historicon last year, and I was immediately impressed by the diversity of figures their company had on offer. As a lover of weird science fiction figures, I made sure to pick up a few packs, including a pack called Waste Priests from their Get Some! range.


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Play Unplugged continues their Historicon interview series with their talk with Sgt. Major Miniatures.



From the interview:

Play Unplugged‘s Historicon 2013 coverage continues! Andy Turlington takes some R&R from working the dealer’s hall to discuss his company, Sgt Major Miniatures. Andy discusses the origins of the company, his products, and what SGMM has planned for the future.


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Dawn of the Lead looks at some more of Sgt. Major Miniatures line with a review of their Allied Troopers.



From the review:

The Allied Troopers produced by Sgt. Major Miniatures have been added to Dawn of the Lead's ongoing Colonial Marine miniature review.


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Sgt Major Miniatures recently took over the Venexia Miniatures line, has remastered them, and has started to release them back out to you.



From the announcement:

or those of you have been patiently awaiting the return of Venexia miniatures, I have a small piece of good news. The 15mm Ottoman Turks are now back in production, and available for sale.
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Sgt Major Miniatures will now be making the 15mm Feudal Castings line, themselves, having acquired it from QRF Miniatures.



From the announcement:

Sgt Major Miniatures would like to announce the purchase of what used to be the 15mm Feudal Castings line, most recently manufactured by QRF in the UK. All of these lines will be brought back into production, including the ACW and Samurai lines, which QRF was not producing as they already had similar lines before buying these. Both of these lines need to have moulds made, so their release will be sometime in the future, hopefully before FALL-IN! this November. Discuss
Sgt Major Miniatures has updated and revamped their website as well as added to their Vietnam and Sci-Fi lines. Check out all the new releases.



From the announcement:

News from Sgt major Miniatures has been silent over the first 2 quarters of 2012, but this does not mean that we have ceased working on our end of things! We have several announcements to make”

For starters, we have launched a new web site. The address remains the same, but the content has been completely revamped from the floor up. The old system was quite outdated, and cumbersome. The new system brings things into the 21st century… If you notice anything amiss with the web site, please let me know. I tried to QA it, but am only one set of eyes, and I am sure things slipped through, especially as I entered over 1,000 product codes by hand this week to get it launched! Discuss 2