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beowshawitz

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About beowshawitz

  • Rank
    Expert Infantry

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Woodbridge

FISD Info

  • EIB Awards
    1
  • EIB Cohorts
    ANH-S
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    No

Standard Info

  • Name
    Aaron
  • 501st ID
    11703
  • 501st Unit
    Garrison Tyranus

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  1. Daniel, Thanks for the good news and promotion! I appreciate your hard work and thoroughness in identifying my improvements for the next level. I will reference this information when I am able to work on these items (gotta finish a DT next). As a collective there does appear to be a lot, but for the most part they are not too bad. I can definitely apply some of them for better fitment and mobility prior to submission. The belt and helmet appear to be the most delicate. Thank you very much for your support!
  2. Teeth cleaning to remove over spray. Was it enough? Center Right Left
  3. Ok, I'll get on that task and see if I can remove the over spray! Sent from my SM-G960U1 using Tapatalk
  4. Thanks for your time. I have updated the original post to include the two pictures showing the inside of the ammo pack. Thanks
  5. Yes, sir. I'll get you a picture tomorrow showing the rivet without the black felt.
  6. Mark, thanks for the feedback. If I decide to go for centurion, I think I HAVE to replace this belt with an imperial issue one. I did add an abs insert into this belt for some more support.
  7. Dan, I added the requested pictures to the bottom of the original post. I have a black felt tape covering the split rivet inside the thigh ammo packs, do you need me to remove that so you can see it?
  8. Dan, Roger that, I'll upload photos of the requested items this evening. Mark, Thanks for pointing that out. Will that affect EIB?
  9. Aaron Chorpenning TK-11703 Beowshawitz Garrison Tyranus Armor Maker: Anovos Helmet Maker: Anovos Blaster: Hyperfirm Height: 6’0” Weight: 175 lbs Boots: Imperial Boots Canvas Belt: Anovos Neck Seal: Anovos Holster: Anovos Hand Plate: Silicone Electronics: UKSwrath Hearing Assist & Hovi Tips Front - Arms @ Side Back - Arms @ Side Left - Arm Raised Right - Arm Raised Right Side Detail - Arm Raised Left Side Detail - Arm Raised Abdomen Details Action Shot Cod and Butt Plate Attachment Interior Strapping Helmet Front Helmet Left Helmet Back Helmet Right Helmet Hovi Details Helmet Lens Color Helmet Interior 1 Helmet Interior 2 Blaster Right Blaster Left Blaster Back Neck Seal Thermal Detonator Thermal Detonator Closer Belt Left Shin Center Left Shin Inner Left Shin Outer Right Thigh Center Right Thigh Inner Right Thigh Outer Inside Thigh Ammo Pack 1 Inside Thigh Ammo Pack 2 Inside Thigh Ammo Pack 3 Inside Thigh Ammo Pack 4
  10. I'm experiencing this on my shoulder straps as well. Any ill effects since doing this? I'm thinking about adding this also. Any side effects after 5 years? hahaha
  11. You know, I thought about doing this... I'm glad you mentioned it as well. Would it get in the way of any higher level certifications? Should I e6000 the Velcro to the backplate and shoulder strap, or do you think the Velcro "sticky" should suffice? Roger that!
  12. I tried to prebend the cover strip before. I didn't give the support strip a hot bath, I put it under some running hot water and then wrapped it around a vacuum canister and strapped it down for a day or two. Like I said, I tried... The support strip I used was a for sale sign, nothing too rigid. I think the support strip is what is causing the shoulder strap to be straightening though.
  13. That is what I usually try to do. I try to get that elastic as close to the back of the strap as I can. It eventually moves up though. I want to try the hot bath. I might even try to only form the back half of the strap, so if the e6000 deteriorates it would only be on the back half. I could remove the support strip on that back half if necessary.
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