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dw.foster1980

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About dw.foster1980

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  • Birthday 12/11/1980
  1. Sometimes you have to search the sun sections a lot to find stuff but it is there. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  2. I have a one piece that I got from www.jedi-robes.com It was like 40 bucks and the zipper goes pretty low for bathroom breaks. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  3. www.trooper bay.com Helmet assembly kit for about $62 bucks. Includes trimming and assembly instructions, brow trim, s neck seal trim, rivets, frown screen, ear screws and green tint lens. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  4. www.trooper bay.com There is a whole helmet building kit on there for about $62 bucks and I think he also sells the trim separate. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  5. Maybe you will get lucky and make it work the first time. Just remember, there is gaps around the ears so don't stress about getting them totally flush to the helmet. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  6. I feel that the worst part of a bucket build is the ears..... I messed my left ear up but did a satisfying job on the right. Had to reorder a replacement set. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  7. They may be the last thing seen, but if you know what trooper boots look like, everyone always checks to see if they are screen accurate. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  8. Welcome first time caller. Good to have New callers. It is definitely a challenge and can be overwhelming at times, but I am looking to the biggest reward at the end which is the smiles and stories that people will get from seeing me all decked out in my Sandtrooper armor like I just time warped off of the set of A New Hope. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  9. No matter how tempting it may be, avoid the cheaper priced armor makers. Mainly I am speaking of ones on EBay. I bought one myself because it was easier to convince my wife and so far it is a pain because one, the armor is recast or stolen from an actual armor maker and two, there are no cut or trim lines already on the armor. This is the biggest pain because you have to judge by eye and hope you are trimming it to spec. Either way, take your time and enjoy the build. The overall experience is what counts. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  10. Welcome indeed. Good luck on the build. Looking forward to seeing some pics. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  11. Welcome indeed good sir. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  12. Hello and welcome to this wonderful New world. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  13. So I have my armor kit, my soft goods, am working on my DLT-19 and soon to order my sandtrooper backpack from Dirtyboy, how and when can I apply for my TD ID # and what is 501st access about? Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  14. Welcome and may your new journey be the best so far. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
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