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  1. I would add a few more things: At the Hengstler counter section, I'd not use the last 3 images as they are of screen used Sterlings from various auctions like Prop Store, but the E-11 parts were added later on. I would be wary on using those images for the greeblies, the screen used sold on auctions Sterlings should only be used for the blaster itself and not for the parts added on it later. In ANH the Hengstler counters were in various positions depending on how they were glued on, see images attached.
  2. This is how I see the images:
  3. Congrats. But the images don't show up
  4. Very interesting compilation. I would add the fact that they might have used both M38 and M40 scopes, as well as M19 and M32. And with M38/M40 there are 2 versions, 1942 version with smooth front foot and 1943 with curved foot. 1942: 1943:
  5. Very cool collection and setup!
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    Denix MG34

    Thanks. There is a friend of mine who might make both the disc and the box, as he has a metal shop.
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    Denix MG34

    Thanks for the kind words
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    Denix MG34

    The display for the Denix DLT-19 Stormtrooper rifle is ready. Considering the full metal MG34 from Denix has about 8 kg, the support had to be very solid to hold this heavy piece. I'll still upgrade the DLT-19 with various parts and greeblies in the future, but glad the display is finished:
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    Denix MG34

    Thanks, now to find the other greeblies and to make a display stand for it
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    Denix MG34

    T-tracks added, the stock has been darkened a bit: Now just to find someone in EU with a metal shop to make the box and the disc
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    Denix MG34

    He should have at least posted some pics. I have a similar E-11, and European demilling genrally means fewer cut parts and also more mobile parts than US. Anyway, this topic is about the Denix MG34. And for people who cannot use real weapons as base for their Star Wats blasters, this Denix replica is fantastic.
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    Denix MG34

    T-tracks have been cut and tapered at the ends. Need to make V notches for the wire. The glue them with E-6000 as this glue is elastic and will not affect the paint of the MG34 if I ever want to turn it back as WW2 weapon replica (highly unlikely though).
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