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Bulldog44

Imperial Attaché[TK]
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About Bulldog44

Member Title

  • Position
    Centurion

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chiba Prefecture, Japan
  • Interests
    Star Wars!
    Japanese woodblock printing

FISD Info

  • Centurion Granted Date
    12/1/15
  • EIB Awards
    1
  • EIB Cohorts
    ANH-S

Standard Info

  • Name
    Brian
  • 501st ID
    42114
  • 501st Unit
    TK-42114 Japanese Garrison

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  1. Congratulations Joseph!!!!! And a massive thank you to Andrew for all the great work as DL the past few years. FISD is is great hands.
  2. お帰りなさい!Welcome back Jospeh! Great to hear you are back in action.
  3. Interested and waiting to see this build get going.
  4. Dan was a solid guy and lived the trooper helping trooper spirit. He will be missed but never forgotten. Buckets off.
  5. Welcome back! Hope everything is sorted and you can slowly get back to normal.
  6. Just getting this started so not sure how to handle all the past troops. For now here is my most recent troop. Event: #? Event Name: Yokota Comic Con 2023 Location: Yokota Air Base, Fussa, Japan Date: 03/04/23
  7. I would agree with an additional Disney Park CRL than make a change to the current CRL standard. I will be building my DN kit at some point and as daunting as I feel about doing the should seams, it is in line with what we see on screen and looks correct.
  8. Hi Henry. Awesome find!!!!! Are ever considering to make copies of the radio for Sandy packs? I would love to get one or two kits if you do. A member in Italy has a real Sonix 75, offered kits for a while but is no longer making them.
  9. Congratulations Andrew!!!! FISD is in great hands. Thank you for all you have done and continue to do for this detachment.
  10. Looking good. The blaster is very nice too. Best of luck!
  11. Hi Andrew. It sure is very daunting at first and can feel that way for a while. The advice already given is a great path to start on. It took me 2 years to complete my armor back in 2012 because I was so afraid to make mistakes along the way. I was doing things month to month. Eventually I got tired of being so crazy to not make mistakes (so I could get trooping) and then things sped up form there. Also I had done so much reading & research on the FISD I was good to go. Take your time, ask lots of questions and don't give up. It's the journey that is rewarding as much as the finished armored is when you get to your first troop. Best of luck on your journey!
  12. From I recall the Pugman version is a rubber/resin cast of another E-11. So it is a full solid static prop. All the normal open cavity areas you would find on a sterling built E-11 like the front sight guard are filled in solid as it would be near impossible to make molds to capture that space/detail. Pugman has lineage to ESB used props so that is the plus point for this blaster. RS obtained the molds from the movie so RS Pugman copies are basically the same identical prop background troopers used on set. But for a display piece, if want to show more details, the regular E-11 blaster they offer might be better. Here is a video Paul @RS Props did showing their reguar E-11 & Bapty version. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejUMlKi0SvY Hope this helps.
  13. Thank you Aradun for the awesome review and feedback. I am extremely happy to hear you are pleased with the service and quality of the scope kit. Thanks for ordering one!
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