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mlarsen

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About mlarsen

Member Title

  • Position
    Centurion

Profile Information

  • Location
    Minnesota

FISD Info

  • Centurion Granted Date
    20191022
  • EIB Awards
    1
  • FISD Supporter
    No
  • EIB Cohorts
    ANH-S

Standard Info

  • Name
    Matthew
  • 501st ID
    12929
  • 501st Unit
    Central Garrison

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  1. My armor is showing some battle damage. My TD clip is rubbing up against the armor. I need to add more soft velcro to the metal clip to prevent further rubbing. Any advice on how I can fix this?
  2. Matthew Larsen TK-12929 Centurion Letter Sha Sha http://www.whitearmor.net/eib/certificates/12929-centurion.png
  3. Thanks for your feedback! I plan to work on belt and sniper knee when time allows.
  4. Armor Maker: AP Helmet Maker: AP Blaster Type: Quest Designs Height: 6'1" Weight: 175lbs. Boots Maker: Imperial Boots Canvas Belt: AP Hand Plates Type: AP Electronics: ICOMM with Aker Neck Seal Type: Darman's Props Holster Maker: AP Link to EIB approval. Based on my EIB I moved the shins down and eliminated the black between the chest plate and shoulders the best I could. I also tightened up the strapping to eliminate seam on the left side and removed the return edge on the shoulder bells. Removed some paint on buttons based on EIB review. Centered the knee plate a bit better based on my EIB review. Raised brow based on EIB review and fixed screw placement, cleaned up vocoder.
  5. I agree, the AP decals don't go pass the raised button, I like the look of the decals much better. I jumped the gun and removed them based on my EIB review. Oh well maybe I can get another set of decals.
  6. Painted the ab buttons this evening. Is this what they are looking for with Centurion approval?
  7. Working on feedback from my EIB for Centurion application. Raised the brow a little, I was able to just pull up the brow and it stayed in place. Tightened the strapping on left and right sides. Removed some return edge from the shoulder bells, maybe could do some more. For the ab buttons I used the decals provided in the AP kit. What have others done? Ab button paint shall not extend beyond the bottom of the actual raised button. I may remove them and paint by hand.
  8. Here are some additonal photos showing the white inside of the hovi mic tips. Let me know if you need anything else.
  9. Added additional photos to the original post of the white elastic connecting chest and back plate as well as the ab plate without the belt.
  10. I will add additional photos of the white elastic connecting chest and back plate as well as the ab plate without the belt later today. Hopefully these photos are ok, I am really not liking how dark/green they appear. Need better lighting I guess.
  11. Armor Maker: AP Helmet Maker: AP Blaster Type: Quest Designs Height: 6'1" Weight: 175lbs. Boots Maker: Imperial Boots Canvas Belt: AP Hand Plates Type: AP Electronics: ICOMM with Aker Neck Seal Type: Darman's Props Holster Maker: AP Full Body: Armor Details: Helmet Details: Blaster: Accessory Details: Added chest/ab connection showing elastic and front of ab plate without belt:
  12. I got my TK ID! TK-12929 I have a Quest Designs E-11 blaster. Can I go on to EI without weathering my blaster? I plan to do so eventually.
  13. I made my own helmet fans with a 4 AA battery pack attached to the helmet with industrial strength velcro so I can remove if needed, cords are clean and hidden. Where do most of you place the battery pack. I put it on the right side but now the helmet leans to that side, some additional padding may help. There isn't enough room in the back of the helmet for the battery pack.
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