What ASL Product Have You Bought Recently?

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A lot of good articles in there! I lent it to a newer player.
And a lot of very fun scenarios! ATFs (all time favs) are OA23 After The Disaster, OA32 The Riley Shuffle and OA23 A Midnight Clear; Though I must say the trio of OA19-20 & 21 with the Brits at Montecorvino, IT airfield are a lot of fun as well and gives you a somewhat feel of a mini-CG.
 

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And a lot of very fun scenarios! ATFs (all time favs) are OA23 After The Disaster, OA32 The Riley Shuffle and OA23 A Midnight Clear; Though I must say the trio of OA19-20 & 21 with the Brits at Montecorvino, IT airfield are a lot of fun as well and gives you a somewhat feel of a mini-CG.
I'll have a look! Only played one from OTA2 so far!
 

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Not directly an ASL product, but I think it still fits here.

I've seen these boxes from "IPPI" at Italian ASL players and I really liked it as a storage solution.
So I bought several boxes.

---> each box consists of 4 layers

---> each layer contains 36 x partitions.

I think I have a lot to do on the weekend. :)
 

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Red October just arrived, after 25 months (Jan. 3, 2017 preorder date).
It's smart they saved money using just a 'Red Factories; box with a sticker to denote that there is "only!" Red October in the box.

Map looks great, carefully unfolded and de-creased. Counters are nice and crisp, not too loose in the sprues, but cut well.
It's also good that they've reissued the original RB scenarios, I hadn't given much thought to that, nice to have spiffy brand new cards!

It still seems weird to have a HASL in the ordinary sized book shelf box after so many in the larger format, but it really should have been done that way from the start, makes more sense, I had to twice (2 homes) build custom shelves just to fit the original extra large boxes.
 

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I forgot this picture in my post above. Here you can see the size ratio very well. I think this size of the boxes is very practical.
 

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As Red Factories is "packing" for me, I presume my credit card will show a $180 expenditure.
I am looking forward to receiving that one - cooling my impatience by gazing at the images of the module posted here and by reading the comments and rules questions...
 

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Picked up a bundle of March Madness scenario packs, March Madness 97, March Madness 98 (counters punched, but not used), March Madness 99 (with British Rare Vechicles unpunched). It also included MM97 draft copies. Seems like those who pre-registered got a draft copy of the MM97 scenario pack before the tournament started. I am a player not a collector so I will probably sell the draft copies.
 

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Well, I have finally cracked and ordered a copy of Armies of Oblivion - the only core module I do not own. It was a tough decision as I now only work a minimum wage job and the cost from Second Chance Games here in the UK was just over £150 (with postage - nearly a week's wage). Looking forward to finally get to play this...
 
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