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Will it be possible to produce those metal figures without lead? In light of the recent recall of toys with lead paint I am also worried about lead figures. Perhaps a painter could cover up the lead, but I am a non-painter and would not want to be exposed to lead, if I can help it.
I hope you can reassure me, as you really make great figures.
Pliable can alter the poses plus easier to make conversions with.Pewter is too rigid for such.I say there is benefit of lead of lead in metal figures.At my age I dont give a monkey for the health concern.
Didn't you know that there are some pretty nasty toxins in plastics btw,cyanides etc, but that doesnt mean the figures will kill you either.
I have toddlers in the house and am concerned about traces of lead getting into their mouths. It doesn't take much to induce lead poisoning and I don;t want to be responible for any learning disabilities etc.
Are you telling us you let your children eat toy soldiers ?
Well i guess, looking at the boxes
If you have strelets figures you will see the COmmunity European warning SAYS not for children 0-5.Emhars and Hat are more healthier 0-3 years old.
I have figures from Alex in my collection and I can say these are the best figures I've ever seen sculpted in 1/72. Congratulations to get him into your range!
these figures make many other manufacturers look 2 dimensional .Good job