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HI, just got my mounted nettes and the round bases are what I use for 40K I assume, however they don't have any holes to stick the model into. Neither do the rectagular bases. So am I supposed to cut a hole in the round ones, which seems hard, or am I supposed to cut off the bottom of the model, which also seems hard, and it would lose stability.
yes, I see the holes, but the bottom of the nettes have a long bar, not a peg.
THen I recommend you pin them. Cut the bar off and drill a hole, if there is room enough on the mount's foot/feet, glue a metal wire ( thick-ish) then use that as a peg.
Or cut a hole to match the bar and fill the base, from underneath, with greenstuff to make it keep upright.
I thought you could buy bags of bases? The mounted daemonettes will fit onto regular cavalry bases, the long rectangular ones (I think; I thought they had bars rather than pegs but I might be wrong), and even if it's for 40k nobody is going to rant about you having the wrong shaped base. Come to think of it, it's the same base that they supply to put bikes on. And I know they have slots in the bottom for you to cut out, because I'm looking at one :rofl: