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I'm having difficulty transporting my entire Tyranid army around aswell as other armies to boot.
My army includes 4 monstrous creatures and a bunch of Hive Guard sized models which currently reside in a toolbox padded out with foam so they don't get broken. But this means that I have to carry about the toolbox with my MCs in. It also means that the infantry have also be carried around in one of the large sized GW carry cases, which also holds another army.
Primarily a problem with my Dark Eldar army but also with some others such as Daemons, Tyranids and Dark Elves due to the amount of large creatures they have. My idea was to just switch the large stuff out of one toolbox each time I go to my local club and leave the rest on top of my shelf and then trade them in whenever I want to use them.
I also use two of the large GW carry cases to transport the infantry and which between them holds the 4 armies.
Dark Eldar and Dark Elves in one case. Daemons, with modified foam because they have less infantry and the bloodcrushes fit in there and Tyranids.
All in all it's a lot of swapping this and that and it's becoming quite a hassle.
I was just wondering how everyone else transports there stuff.
I got a bargain on Sabol's Army Transport Division. Bought it empty for $40. It holds all 3000+ points of my Tyranids, including a Trygon, carnifexes/harpies, tyrants, tyrant guard, venomthropes, hive guard, zoanthropes, lictors, mycetic spores (6 of them!), warriors, tervigons, termagants, and genestealers. I bought the foam separately because I needed 3 each of 4" foam, 3" foam, and 1" foam, which isn't what comes standard. It's absolutely perfect.
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I also use the Sabol Army Transports. I have two of them currently plus a collection of foam trays for various armies. It's pretty simple to just pickup the trays, slide them in and go. Much better than my old toolbox with foam.