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starsaber25

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About starsaber25

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    Lead Provost Marshall | Attache
  • Birthday 11/29/1980

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    Male
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    East Hampton, NY

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  • FISD Service Medals
    3
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    1
  • Centurion Granted Date
    20150220
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    2
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    Yes
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    ANH-S
    ESB

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  • Name
    Steve
  • 501st ID
    10466
  • 501st Unit
    Empire City Garrison
  • Troops Completed
    25

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  1. Very nice job so far! You are all very talented.
  2. It also appears that above we were going to try and let bygones be bygones. I believe Tony is asking here because he was removed and blocked from said Facebook group so he feels this is the only place he can ask you to join the group. I am also asking to be able to join as well since I as removed and blocked. I asked Kevin about it and he is unsure why I was removed and I should ask you.
  3. Nice to see you doing this Brien. I will be doing the same thing shortly. I ordered my Hero stuff from TM back towards the end of November which will also be arriving soon. Enjoy the mods.
  4. Congrats on your purchase! RS is top notch. Yes please start a build thread so our members can follow along and offer advice and tips as needed.
  5. So branching off on what Joseph has said. The vetted seller section is really the go to list. You have to understand that most places to get armor do not have websites as it is copyrighted material. RS Props in the UK is the only legitimate place that has a website and you can purchase off of. Otherwise if you are on facebook then you can find facebook pages for Troopermaster, RWA, Walts Trooper Factory, DA Props, CFO and maybe a couple of others that I'm missing.
  6. I couldn't imagine what this treasure chest looks like in person!
  7. So the question comes up often about how to differentiate FISD coins. Especially the earlier ones. It is certainly difficult. Here is a breakdown for everyone on how you can identify what you have. V1 and V1.1 are the only two versions that have the fist on the back of the coin. V1 is a larger fist with 3 knuckles showing. V1.1 has smaller fist with 2 knuckles showing. V2 and V2.1 are the harder ones to differentiate. Both started using the E-11s on the back. Both of them say "First" instead of "1st" on the front of the coin. The real only way to tell them apart is V2.1 has thicker text and the blue on the back of the coin is darker. 2.2 and 2.3 (newer coin). The easiest way to tell these apart is they both now say "1st" but the 2.3 has a black elbow and the 2.2's arm is all white. Even after someone reads this I can promise you that it will still seem confusing. Anyway, I hope this helps you Paul in figuring out what you have. This goes for everyone else as well.
  8. Hi Andy and welcome to the FISD! TM is an excellent choice for armor. I don’t know if you are looking for him to fully commission the armor for you but I think you should consider having him build your helmet for you. Paul is amazing at what he does there. The armor is always nice to build on your own. If you have any questions then don’t hesitate to ask.
  9. The EIB gold one? It is one of the most beautiful coins ever made. One of the favorites in my collection
  10. This is where I am at currently. I really wish I had more of course. The older ones are getting very difficult.
  11. Hi JEFF and welcome to the FISD!! It looks like you have done your research which is excellent news. For what it’s worth I’m 5’9 and 200 lbs so I’m around your area. The one thing I can assure you is that TM can fit up to a 36inch waist. RS and ATA do not provide much extra room so you may need to shim or you may just have gaps between your AB and Kidney plate. If you are around that size then AP is also another good alternative. And also we have all been in your place before. Many of us are not “handy” and worry about making mistakes or whether or not you can do this. Well I can assure you that you can! Also building your armor comes with many positives. Like if you need to fix something in the future then you won’t have any reservations to do it yourself. Also, you have a great sense of accomplishment at the end. If you have any other questions then don’t hesitate to ask.
  12. The FISD Membership has Spoken! Please join me in congratulating Andrew Franke as the FISDs new Detachment Leader! Congrats Andrew!!
  13. Hi Paul and welcome to the FISD! You certainly did not make a mistake by coming here. This is the 501st forum for all things related to stormtroopers. The UKG is your home garrison within the 501st legion. So you will want to be a part of both. You also mentioned a biker scout, well this is the 501st forum relating to scout troopers: forum.501stpathfinders.com/ Take a look around. I think you will find that the big party is here with us shiny white stormtroopers. If you have any questions then don't hesitate to ask.
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