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Thursday, December 22, 2005
Online shopping V.S. Brick and Mortar shops
For those not lucky enough to have a “brick and mortar” shop near them, there are the online folks. Online shops also provide special deals periodically, and can also sometimes get difficult-to-find products or lines of product.
I will always support my local shop with my purchases, since they are kind enough to provide table space for me to play. This means I don’t have to build my own table or keep space for it in the basement.
So, for those of you not lucky enough to have “brick and mortar” shops, here are a few places online that I recommend.
Grandiosity Historical Miniatures and Military Books (Warweb.com)
Now if you are in the Washington, D.C. Metro area, there are a few shops that are within driving distance.
Eagle and Empire (Virginia)
Game Parlor (Virginia)
The Arena Sports Cards and Games (Maryland)
If you are aware of any local shops that would like a “shout” on the Internet, drop TabletopGamer a line and we’ll see what we can do!
Remember, we want to give credit to shops that sell Wargaming miniatures, paints, and other hobby supplies!