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Locitus

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About Locitus

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  • Birthday 08/21/1987

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    Stockholm

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    Mathias
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  1. Moved to hard armor general discussion, as the tech support forum is for forum software issues, not armor issues.
  2. Try shortening the top strap first. It can be a lot shorter than you think it needs to be.
  3. I'm not sure it would look good at such a small size.
  4. To be clear, I never said the ab was TM. The thighs look more suspicious though. But it was a looong time since I was DO and spent serious time looking at armour details
  5. Looks a bit like a mix between TM and ATA parts but reworked and distorted due to the bad pulls.
  6. Those pulls look terrible.
  7. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. I have one of these from the first run. It's a beauty.
  9. Something like this should cover most use cases and not break the bank. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. I'm finding 23 HWT EIB in the database. They have numbers but they are shared with every other EIB.
  11. It would be. But the community at large, not just the star wars one, thinks recasting an original production piece is OK. Of course, some collectors disagree as it devalues their own collection but they are a minority. The issues pile up when recasting another recast like the CFO/JoeR in recent discussion or an original sculpt. CFO and JoeR worked together to mould and cast a production made helmet that JoeR owns. Community belief says only CFO and JoeR can say who gets to make additional copies of "their" casts.
  12. I for one, and I know others will be with me, are very grateful for the publication of those images. They have been instrumental in improving everyone's suits.
  13. Gotcha. My bad, I seem to have spoken too soon as I didn't go and read up. Sorry Mark.
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