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magni

Imperial Attaché[TK]
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About magni

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    Centurion

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Coventry, R.I.

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  • Attache Achievement Award
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  • Centurion Granted Date
    20151022
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  • Name
    Randy
  • 501st ID
    16127
  • 501st Unit
    New England Garrison

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  1. Congratulations! Besides sitting don't forget improved aim!
  2. Welcome to the FISD Nicholas! Good Luck Future Trooper!
  3. Most use hosting sites like Imgur. I use tapatalk since I use my phone for everything. Sent from my LGMS631 using Tapatalk
  4. There you go Jim! That's looking much better. I'd recommend removing more return edge on the inner top. Only leads to bad pinches and not really seen with bell covering it. You'll also get more help from others if you directly imbed photo into thread rather then a link. Keep up the good work Future Trooper!
  5. Perfect! Just go easy trimming and yanking
  6. Glad to see you made it here Jim! You have your outers mixed up. Switch them and you'll be good.
  7. Embrace the sound. You're Movie Accurate
  8. This story again Dad? It was the pre battle before the Rose Parade battle. And you're in the picture. Right there All in good fun Oh Great Leader
  9. Some photo's would help get you some advice I'm sure. Let's see the problem.
  10. With Velcro there's no assurance that it will be in same place each time its used. With elastic and snaps everything goes together precisely each time you suit up. Also a benefit of the elastic is when you need to stretch down to the lower high fives. I too use double snaps where it's needed. I like to use 2" nylon squares to hold snap bases. The nylon can conform nicely to uneven armor pcs. And the webbing is a good tooth for the E-6000 to grab. No clamping is needed. Just check pads after an hour and make sure everything hasn't shifted and corners are not curling. After that let it fully harden. I've never had one give.
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