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We are building our own play room and I have a whole list of furniture I would like to include. I was wondering where I can get good quality furniture for a fair price?  I'll start with the more expensive ideas first. St.Andrew's Cross, stockade,  swing and stand. Does anyone know where we can get the best deals? ( Not opposed to DIY)

Upforit666tranmere
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Location ?  Come and check out Tranmere. Theres a club and shop here

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I am in Denton Texas. I haven't had much luck with extreme restraints as far as the St. Andrews cross goes and at this point in time making one is too big a project with everything I'm working on.  Where is Tranmere. If that's In New York I could send some friends out.

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Google says that's in England. Does the shop have a website? I might not be able to physically go to England at the moment but I can still prder things. infact I order my bodypaints from the UK once amonth. I realize the shipping will be more but if it's actually wood rather than Formica covered partical board it will be worth it. 

SirPiggy
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Chaney.

There must be hundreds of suppliers of dungeon equipment in the States, just google it or try good old e-bay.

eyemblacksheep
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a general case as well is cost v quality.  

There's also ways to improvise - I was in an apartment the other week - and - instead of a St Andrews Cross, they had just the metal attachments bolted into the wall - anyone chained in, still pretty much the same feeling but a set up that costs low double figures rather than something in the hundreds.

I wouldn't buy from the UK into US at the moment, customs and tarrifs likely to skew a deal.

People I know who've had some of the best deals have literally bought old stuff from local dungeons.   On the downside - they've had some usage - on the upside, it's  a good starting point until you can afford something more premium.

Tiedandteas642
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I have made bespoke everyday bespoke steel furniture I'm sure I can give you some good advise 

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I'm not oppose to improvizing however everything has to be free standing.  The walls in my mobile home arnen't that sturdy but the land affords me a great deal of privacy. 

 


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