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    I use the Ikea Lack shelves for a lot of my figures (they are available in a few different sizes and colours). Nice clean design, you can't even see the mounting once installed. It was impossible to line up both sides with my wall studs so I didn't even bother. I just used those plastic things that you put on the ends of the screws that open up inside the wall so that they don't fall out. I installed them over 12 years ago, and never had a problem.

    Example here: https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/50282182/

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    Put my vote down for finding the studs . . . I've seen way too many disasters happen with shelves in plain drywall or plaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjefferys View Post
    I use the Ikea Lack shelves for a lot of my figures (they are available in a few different sizes and colours). Nice clean design, you can't even see the mounting once installed. It was impossible to line up both sides with my wall studs so I didn't even bother. I just used those plastic things that you put on the ends of the screws that open up inside the wall so that they don't fall out. I installed them over 12 years ago, and never had a problem.

    Example here: https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/50282182/
    Sounds like the cleanest and best looking way to go about it as long as the figures aren't too heavy

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