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13-01-2011, 01:21

I'm looking for some At-43 containers for my gaming table. Unfortunately, (or fortunately, since they screwed theyr customer base by going PPP), the company (rackham) that made the game is bankrupt, and I can't finf a place that still carries them.

Does anybody knows where we can buy some ?
If not, is there a suitable alternatives ?

Heres a pic of the containers


13-01-2011, 01:26
I'm not certain of the scale, but you may want to try a hobby shop that supplies model train enthusiasts.

13-01-2011, 01:45
My FLGS has those as the shop terrain. I can ask where they got them on Saturday.

13-01-2011, 01:58
Worldworks Games has some downloadable print-and-assemble cardstock containers in the kitbash section of their online store.

If you still need some this time next month, PM me. I have a bunch in storage.

13-01-2011, 07:48
There are a variety of other container terrain pieces (mostly cardstock terrain templates) for other games also suitable. Try looking for Topo's containers (he also does some vehicle designs). These are more like ACTUAL shipping containers in proportion though.

Many people bought up the AT-43 stock when it was going cheap for the same reason (cheap terrain). Good luck finding more. I have 4 of them (total). I've used their measurements to make up more though.

13-01-2011, 08:00
They also used to produce this bunker that I never had a chance to get my hands on. That one will surely be missed by many...

13-01-2011, 09:19
Pricier, but GZG has some resin scenery, including a cargo container.

Wise Guy Sam
13-01-2011, 09:47
Try http://armorcast.com/store/index.php?cPath=120_27

They have some great stuff anyway so are worth a look. They do have shipping containers that may suit your needs.

Good luck.

13-01-2011, 15:01
AT-43 containers fit well for warhammer scenery

since rackham went down you now could find them for cheap in stores and maybe warstore still sell them for more cheap.

sadly the loss of that game, really.

the scenery is great! maybe use some ink and dirty a bit to make them more warhammish.

15-01-2011, 07:13
thanks everyone