I’ve got a lot of Crossfire kit: figures, terrain, and bits n bobs. It is the bits n bobs that have gone into my “Crossfire Box”. The box is a 9 litre Very Useful Box with two 9 litre sorting tray (7 compartments each). Basically markers and dice.
The top tray has my
- grid markers, hidden deployment markers, red generic terrain objective flags, moving clock
- dice, cord for straight lines, blue generic terrain objective flags, smoke
The bottom tray has:
- German flags, Republican flags, Israeli flags, status markers in small plastic boxes
- Soviet flags, Nationalist flags, Storch
2 thoughts on “Crossfire Box – How to store all those bits n bobs”
Bits ‘n’ bobs are the easy part! What I actually wonder is how to store all the buildings 😛
Storing buildings? More “really useful boxes”. Lots of them.