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  1. That might be the case in that specific image. On the other one, it clearly looks spread out to the sides. So if those two are different, it's rather hard to dictate that either is "the one and only truth" and at the least we should in such case allow both variations.
  2. I'm not sure it's wise to dictate which way the legs are bent just yet, as long as it's not "downwards" (as in the way the normally are used).
  3. Optional is definitely the way to go. If you want to have it on, go ahead, this is how it's supposed to look like. If not, then that's fine too.
  4. It's quite likely that both 14 and 16 pin sockets were used. I don't think the prop makers cared about which was which at all.
  5. Obviously the IC sockets come in a variety of looks and sizes and the 50 year old design they used is unlikely to still be in production. Anyway, 16 pin IC sockets are what to look for.
  6. This IC socket looks a whole lot like this with the pins spread out to the sides.
  7. For what it's worth, the forum renders and handles really well in mobile browsers too, and I know invision is working on their own app.
  8. Just cut the forearm to length like you figured out yourself.
  9. I've just updated the tapatalk module, so hopefully that fixes it. But do know that tapatalk is a low priority item, this forum is meant to be viewed in a browser due to the heavy use of images and references to the gallery that tapatalk still does not display properly after several years.
  10. Ah, my bad. Well, it's still just riveted on to the holster. You see here that it bends upwards before coming down, and just below the bend where it's a bit darker you see the 2 layers on top of each other.
  11. Yes, the holsters were simply pop riveted on to the belt, using a washer on the back to keep them from pulling out. Check out our reference galleries. Tapatalk might not display my examples properly, use a browser. https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/gallery/category/24-anh-tk-reference/
  12. TBH, the broken posts can't be rewritten unless you know what was in them before, and the section is so little used that there's little point in keeping them at all. I'd just delete them. Any new posts made will continue to work properly for the foreseeable future.
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