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501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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    New York, NY
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    Empire City Garrison

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  1. Congrats! However, for EIB and Centurion I think you are going to have to glue a new button plate: you trimmed them to much and you are left with no lip. It should actually look like this (see left). I know cuz I made the same mistake and had to correct it.
  2. Now imaging having OCD and building this thing lol. In the end I had to let go and understand that nothing was gonna match perfectly, be symmetric, or have straight lines. [emoji6] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Hello! 1. Alberto Oscarelli 2. Centurion #352 3. TK-20055 4. letter size 5. Tony http://www.whitearmor.net/eib/certificates/20055-centurion.png
  4. Lol. That’s Red’s favorite carpet too! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Nice of you Steven to say so. If the armor looks good, it’s only because of your guidance Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Next time we troop let me know if you need anything...I got a bunch of stuff you might need to put your stormy together, from frown screen to tandy snaps, and more
  7. Basic Information Name: Alberto Oscarelli FISD forum name: Albaz 501st Member Page: http://www.501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=24123 501st ID: TK-20055 Garrison: Empire City Garrison (NYC-US) Mandatory Information Armor Maker = AP Helmet Maker = AP Blaster Type = Hyperfirm E-11 EIB application/approval: Optional Information Height = 6'1" Weight = 173 pounds Boots Maker = TK Boots Canvas belt = AP Hand Plates Type = TrooperBay Electronics = iComm + AKER Neck Seal Type = DarmanProps Holster Maker = TrooperBay Corrections (belt, lens, drop box, and forearm) - Added a second layer of acetate lens, moved belt 1/2 up, and glued straps of drop boxes to belt to maintain alignment. I tried to move the forearm down as much as I can. Unfortunately I have long arms and this is the best I can do. also...I had to take the pics on my own, so every time I would get in position they would slide up a little since I had to bend my arms to reset the armor ;-P
  8. Cancel the order. If they dont give you a refund (since their customer service sucks it might take them months to process it) file a chargeback with the credit card company. I am sure they will postpone shipping again...so you are better off with a different vendor
  9. Thanks Dave. I'll see you this weekend at the Philharmonic concert
  10. 1. ALBERTO 2. OSCARELLI 3. TK-20055 EIB 4. Letter Size 5. Tony Thanks! No worries! http://www.whitearmor.net/eib/certificates/20055-eib.png
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