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T-Jay

Imperial Attaché[TK]
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  1. Hey Adam, congratulations for getting this blaster done. It turned out really good. Great photos taken and nice to see an E-11 with those recent ANH greeblies. You heard the crowd: we are ready for your next one.
  2. Wow! What an update, Adam. Everything you did makes this blaster better.
  3. Maybe that helps. And here is an idea, how you can easily build a front sight pin, that will most likely never break.
  4. Keeping fingers crossed, Steve. I hope this works...
  5. Very good progress, Adam. Glad to see it worked and you are happy with the result. Sorry for being late with that tip, but spade drill bits are ideal for hollowing resin scopes because these create 'flakes' instead of fine dust and do the job pretty fast. Maybe it still helps future builders... Can't wait for your next update.
  6. Ah, wasn't aware that this is because of security reasons. Thanks for mentioning, Glen.
  7. Since the last site upgrade it is no longer possible to login by entering the user names. We instead have to type the full email addresses. Would it be possible to get this working again with email AND/OR user names?
  8. Welcome Timo. Enjoy being a Stormtrooper.
  9. Hi Rodney, here are a few links that might help: https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/50841-build-log-the-new-jmc-e-11-from-troopacoola/ https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/51489-troopacoolas-jmc-e11-build/ https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/33912-luckyeleven-phoenix-props-pipe-kit-with-completion-set-conversion-counter-inner-barrel-and-more-add-ons/?do=findComment&comment=484049 https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/32111-fisd-e-11-blaster-reference/?do=findComment&comment=414352 https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/32111-fisd-e-11-blaster-reference/?do=findComment&comment=422899
  10. Hi Chris. Welcome to the FISD. Let us know, if you have any specific questions after checking Glen's link.
  11. Hi Brian and welcome to the FISD. Your weight can vary with you still fitting into the armor. The cover strips on legs and arms can be made wider for this. However, if loosing weight is your aim, I would suggest to wait with building until your goal is reached. You could use the meantime to study this forum, order tools for the build, or you could tackle the blaster build during your weight loss. Enjoy your Stormtrooper journey.
  12. Wow, smoke effects are a crazy cool mod. Maybe not for every single blaster shot fired, but definitely for the overheat feature (in case that is doable at all).
  13. Welcome to FISD, Kristin. The link from Greg is a good place to start your research and check the 'list of vetted makers' to find your supplier.
  14. Can't wait to build one of these some day. And it is already in transit right now. Following.
  15. Hello Daniel and welcome to the FISD. Great job done on this helmet so far. If you really think about a collection, you could try a helmet kit from ABS next time (saves you from printing and all that filling and sanding in the future ) Did I spot a red and black Mando helmet in that first picture?
  16. Wow, Brian! Looking at the first three photos, it is hard to believe this is a resin receiver. No bend, no warp. Looks great. Didn't expected a functional folding stock from resin. Isn't that a fragile part? Good job done on that - and the whole blaster, erm Sterling.
  17. Welcome to the FISD, Andreas. RS is a good choice and depending on your body size, you might have to adjust some minor things here and there. No big issues. Use the waiting time to check out the 'Getting Started' section of this forum and don't forget to research for a blaster... Good luck on your Stormtrooper journey.
  18. Congrats, Brian, on finishing both of these blasters. They turned out great and I love the wrinkle paint, too. Just wondering about how close the end-caps are to the rear sights. Can you still push and rotate them? It usually takes a little gap there to do so. Looks like the Phoenix Props blaster still needs the muzzle screws on the front. Got some - in case you lost yours, let me know. Again, congratulations on getting these two beauties ready. I guess your next project will be a blaster rack...?
  19. Sorry for being late to the party and once again welcome to the Legion, TK-66744. You wrote a great story and it really tells how much you wanted this, Luca. Now you have reached this goal and you have taken your first step into a larger world. Enjoy your time as a Stormtrooper and have fun out there.
  20. Congrats Luca, glad to see you made it. After your first troop you will surely find more little things to improve. That's part of this hobby, so don't worry...
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