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Subject: Scenario packs, how to open bubble rss

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Mike Brown
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Just finished completing the entire collection yesterday - with thanks to my wife and her approval of the funds which allowed me to pay the high prices of the OOP stuff on ebay. (Tigers/Overload/campaign book1)
Anyway I was wondering how folks are getting the bits off of the scenario packs? Is it best to cut them or try and pull the whole bubble pack off? I really do not want it to mess up the package if possible.
 
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Ian Finn
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I just gently tore them off. The glue isn't so strong that it rips the envelope or anything.
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Finachetto wrote:
I just gently tore them off. The glue isn't so strong that it rips the envelope or anything.
this. Or tear the bubble away from the cardboard.
 
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Mark A
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Just open them anyway you want.

Once you have opened them the pack is no longer mint - however carefully you opened them.
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Mike Brown
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They must have used stronger glue or something as gently pulling off tore the packaging. Ended up going with a hobby knife and cutting along the edge. Yes I'm a freak and have to keep everything as close to mint as possible. Just finished putting sleeves on everything - that was fun finding which ones to use.(went with Fantasy Flight Purple ones)
 
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