View Full Version : bits sellers that deal in metal?

28-05-2008, 04:56
Hey, its kind of urgent, but I'm looking for bits dealers that deal with pewter. Specifically Tau Broadside bits. thewarstore doesn't do it, kits and bits(or is it bits and kits) is currently out of stock, and I really dont want to have to shell 35 USD out just for 2 railgun and heatsink bits.

28-05-2008, 05:57
This site is quite reasonable for bits http://www.bitsandkits.co.uk/shop/category_88/TAU-BATTLE-SUITS.html?shop_param=cid%3D88%26 Although he doesn't have any railguns in at present, he is pretty good at keeping you informed of when new stock comes in.

28-05-2008, 07:04
I know of that site, I've tried contacting them a couple of times about their stock but as of yet no reply.

28-05-2008, 10:30
Here is a metal bitz store that just opened business, only metal bitz store I know ATM:

28-05-2008, 19:11
cool thanks. Unfortunately they dont have the pieces I'm looking for, but they look like a promising young startup... and they have a killer name....

29-05-2008, 01:11
I e-mailed Tobin (ApocoaBitzNow) with a question on wether or not he was going to have my Grey Knight bits and two days later they were on the site.

29-05-2008, 02:16
Oh, they even have FW, and part out FW kits.

No Salamander stuff though. :(

29-05-2008, 07:36
That's a wondefull site, oh and they have salamander stuff. You can buy sally terminator bitz.

29-05-2008, 08:11
What the? I swear to god, I looked at that site just a few hours ago and there was nothing there, lol.

Unless they just added them. :p

Well in either case I now have $20 less than I used to.

29-05-2008, 22:54
So I ordered Monday, it shipped Tuesday and I received my order today. There bitz are more expesive than what GW had, but like I said, what GW HAD. Finally I can find my parts I want.

30-05-2008, 00:07
Actually, some of the bits are CHEAPER than GW had them at. ;)

31-05-2008, 04:49
Bitzkingdom has some metal bits. they are a good site too

31-05-2008, 06:07
Apocabitznow is amazing. I didn't even email them and I was contacted and informed that the items I was looking for were now in the store! Thats customer service!

31-05-2008, 06:35
It's... preternatural...eh?

Now... I'm thinking about the prism cannon assembly bits and a spare wave serpent turret appearing

31-05-2008, 21:16
I wouldn't wait. When GW offered those bits, the prism canon bitz alone were about 25 Euro, while a complete kit was only 5 Euro more expensive than the Falcon. In other words: A fire prism conversion totals at 60 Euro (including Falcon kit), a complete fire prism kit at 40 Euro. So its not worth it.