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    Göppingen (Germany)

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  1. Thanks for sharing this with the community! This is exactly what we are needing to remain! Thanks a lot!
  2. Wow, great comeback :-)! Did you use glue to mount the extractor?
  3. Puuh, then it might be hard to find something in that price area. Resin means a lot of manual work, what pushes the price up...
  4. Great end product! Looks fantastic! Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  5. Ha, how does it feel, getting to the end :-)? Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  6. Great progress here! Hopefully you can focus on it, for longer... Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  7. I will try it with a brush, yes... I am not satisfied with the tape, which i placed to cover the black painting... A more detailed picture is needed to see that, i think... Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  8. Finally, the result of the painting... but i am not satisfied. Probably need to do it again. What do you think? Now, i will start to create the ejection bolt parts out of wood... Thanks for commenting and posting guys! Have a great evening.
  9. That sounds really promising! Thanks for sharing that with us! Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  10. This evening i spent about 45 minutes to cover all the parts that should not be painted silver... the paintjob itself took about 5 minutes in total... Tomorrow i will reveal the finish... Have a great evening guys...!
  11. Today i spent some more time in assembling the blaster and some minor details, like adding more realistic letters on the scope with a wax crayon... on the back of the barrel you can see my TK ID , 24717, hammered into the resin with hammering letters, sorry for the wording, but i cannot find the correct translation. The number 4 i have to do again, as the wax is not remaining inside. Now it looks more and more like a blaster and i am getting happier and happier when i see the result :-) :-) :-) A detailed pictore of the charging and programming port... in the end cap clip you can see the speaker, which had to be replaced twice already... meanwhile i know the reason why it blew up twice :-) Here you can see the main switch, placed in between two magnets of the completion kit from Tino. Only if this switch is switched on, the blaster can be activated. More pictures are following once everything has been checked and if it is working properly. Have a anice evening guys!
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