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501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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  • Birthday 02/15/1972

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    Grong Grong NSW Australia


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    First Triple EIB

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    Terror Australis Garrison

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  1. HERE is Jacobs' (Troopertrek 2011) facebook page. He has raised in excess of $3000 so far!
  2. Have you tried the Waproo shoe spray paint Dave? Same trick as with the boots - silver coat first, then white.
  3. Yep, I'm a member. Working on my 3rd Pred now. This is my Wolf Pred from last years Armageddon at Melbourne.
  4. You really need to steer clear of that "Treckfreek" character. He is a NASTY piece of work. We have been asking him to remove his 501st reference in his ebay sales and he has one of the foulest mouthes you will ever hear. Reports from those that have been to his house suggest it is full of recast props, not just SW, and the floor is covered in dog crap.
  5. 'Grats on reaching this magnificent milestone Paul. It shows truly great devotion and dedication.
  6. Hey Brett, welcome to FISD . Get some pics up and show the guys your new ESB TK. J
  7. Mark, how would you say it compares size wise to other armours, specifically TE2 and AP? I'm particularly interested in the sizes of the forarms and biceps. J
  8. Wow! I thought the Det touch plate I made looked a little funny, but maybe I wasn't far off at all. A great looking kit so far gents. And good to see the 3 choices of plastics/pricing available.
  9. Same guy, different handle. http://myworld.ebay.com.au/insane_collectibles/
  10. There is only one legitimate armourer, goes by the handle of TPE. Sells very good quality helmets and is about to offer full TK kits. Very hard to get hold of. ALL other helmets and armour produced here are recasts.
  11. The lovely wife (7795) is 5'10" and 129 lbs. She is sporting an ATA kit with both arms being the smaller size/side. If your suit is fitted properly, you will look like a TK. The only thing I tell my wife to do is "stand like you got a pair"
  12. The guy is a known recaster on other costuming sites. He couldn't even be bothered to remove the original makers initials from the item he recast. Not really surprising he doesn't bother to ship his items in timely fashion, or at all.
  13. If you're going for ANH or ESB EIB then although not required, they are a "should have". It's a nice little touch. They aren't necessary for ROTJ. Hey Grant, I wouldn't have thought the rivets were required for that variation. I can't see any reference to them .
  14. Nope, no rivets. But I still use a clamshell type setup on mine, tho it's nearly impossible to see.Especially handy for those of us who are drought and famine resistant . External views. Internal view. That's 4" wide black elastic on each side, glued onto the kidney plate and hidden snaps on the ab plate. The belt is rivetted on permanantly at the front, and the holster is attached to the kidney with chicago screws, so the belt won't sag and it is also an anchor point fo rthe belt. Just a matter of closing the snaps on the left side and tightening the belt up to get an even gap - left to right.
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