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LeMaxim

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About LeMaxim

  • Rank
    Expert Infantryman
  • Birthday 04/16/1978

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    http://about.me/LeMaxim

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Gothenburg, Sweden

FISD Info

  • EIB Awards
    1
  • EIB Cohorts
    ANH-S

Standard Info

  • Name
    Maxim
  • 501st ID
    74210
  • 501st Unit
    Nordic Garrison

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  1. Welcome to FISD fellow Northling! See you around here and Nordic Garrisons forum.
  2. Welcome to FISD fellow Northling (and Swede)
  3. Nice read. Great work everyone! Tip of the bucket to TK-73511 for the great dedication and for sharing his story.
  4. Congratulations on the clearance and shoulder recovery Andy. Welcome to the FISD!
  5. I, too, went PVC. For me the selection came down to the sheen of it. Really like the bright white colour of it.
  6. Late in here but welcome to the FISD. Looking forward to troop with you in Nordic Garrison. ///Maxim of Gothenburg
  7. Your bridges looks a lot like what I did. I ended up looking at screen shots and centurion applications. I'm guessing there's a bit I leeway here to fit different body types. I'd say you have it right now.
  8. I'm not sure how I put it but I think I have the outwards Velcro on the holster side (left) because it's easier to hold that side fixed while matching, aligning and securing with the right side. Especially if there's a blaster in the holster while doing it. When you are all dressed up it shouldn't matter since the TD will cover the join. I would be surprised if all the movie used ones were exactly the same. As far as I can see your belt looks great. Good call on the outer rivets. It's a small difference from RS measurements, especially when the cover is on, but I think the placement helps keep belt-flaring away. Next step. Be mindful about the placement of the holster-belt rivets. I'm sure you've got it covered but it's too easy to miss align if you look at the wrong examples. Rivets go near the bottom. There's a great diagram for this. Don't have the link right now but it's in my build thread. I also put a lot of time into the belt. Keep up the great work!
  9. Thank you Francisco and Jim! Both for the congrats and for your inspiring work.
  10. Jason, Jonathan and Anthony. Thank you! Centurion application is planned very soon considering the comments I got on this application. I just want to savour the EIB moment for a while. And a bit of weathering on the blaster would look good.
  11. Cheers Danny! And in other news. I was just awarded EIB for my armour. I'm now the newest (to date) EIB and the first of July 2014. I haven't done any major mods of it since it was built. Originally I had a few mods in mind but the more I thought, heard, and read about EIB I thought it's probably up to standards. Seeing how any mods were being put off for the future I figured the only way to get me started is to actually charge into the breach. So. After blood, sweat and 15+ troops I give you EIB 393 http://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/27732-tk-74210-requesting-anh-stunt-eib-status-rs393/
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