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  2. Teeeth mesh shouldn't be used . It wasn't in the movies , looks rediculous and is no longer needed in modern Hal screen accurate helmets . Get over it troopers .... it's SO 1996
  3. Yes I have seen his stuff but by the time you add shipping and import duties to the U.K. it works out far too expensive. I intend to buy the full kit sometime in the future
  4. Fourth Troop: 8/16/2019 AdventHealth Orlando Disney/Children’s Pavilion No pics currently. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  6. Some custom sewing. I made a velcro belt to hold up the thighs. Adjustable and secure. Closing in on it! Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  7. So one of the most satisfying parts of the build. When you can peel one long bead of dried glue all the way. Slow and steady. This might help someone not used to E6000 glue. Use alot! More than you think you need. You want a real nice size bead to squeeze out the sides. This helps when its dried. It makes it easier to remove the excess. Hope this helps. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  8. Sniper knee and amo belt. Now just gotta paint the rivets white. Just a side note. I muscled the sewing machine into submission! Looks like some strapping is in my future. Keep on keeping on! Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  9. Great Robyn. Now a little patience and a D.O. will soon be in touch with you. Good Luck Trooper !!
  10. Left side complete. The pictures are just a mock-up held together with gorilla tape. No glue yet. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Great info. Jeff! I’m working on a clone Airborne now, and I think I’ll be able to carry over some of your strapping methods to my build.
  12. Troop 9 Cranford Public Library event / carnival https://photos.app.goo.gl/RrAj1LJuw5hBHsga6
  13. You're absolutely right! This is the picture I went off of. I plan on fixing the clips at some point today. I might even just make new ones. We'll see. Thanks for the input! It's really appreciated. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
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  15. what happened? is it broken beyond repair? no longer fits?
  16. Thanks for following i am in the final stages of my e11 sterling build and have just purchased a ready to troop armour from a 99th garrison member i also got a fiberglass mannequin and will be adapting him to a firing pose so i can make him a permanent feature in my office so lots to see soon .....Graeme

  17. Thanks for following i am in the final stages of my e11 sterling build and have just purchased a ready to troop armour from a 99th garrison member i also got a fiberglass mannequin and will be adapting him to a firing pose so i can make him a permanent feature in my office so lots to see soon .....Graeme

  18. You have the option of removing some of the return edge from the chest (and back) plate or all of it. Anovos armor is famous for cracking in these areas, as well as the in the neck openings. Whether you opt to remove some or all of it, I suggest adding some inside shims made of scrap ABS in those areas. You can remove all of them and still be screen accurate: (Note lack of return edge on the top of the kidneys as well). Reference images
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  20. Nice work Just a little something, the end bend on your clips are the wrong way.
  21. [quote I actually thought of you when I bought it. LOL The next time you're back in Canada, check Home Depot. The one I checked was sold out. Next trip might be in 2 years unless I can find someone to bring it to Japan. Your graphics are great and would hope to do something similar. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  22. I made some more graphics. Doing the red and white together was a bit of a pain, but if I was going to do it, it had to be done right. I'm pretty happy with the way it came out. Eventually I'll cover the Husky logo and move my TK number there.
  23. I actually thought of you when I bought it. LOL The next time you're back in Canada, check Home Depot.
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