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Motogpnut

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    Sci-fi, NPC bodybuilder, Firefighting

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  1. The shipping wasn’t actually too bad. The price wasn’t bad either. Especially with some of the prices that are being asked for the rubber ones. They gave me updates as to when the blaster would be ready, when it was packaged and then when it was shipped. Very nice people. I would trust a rubber blaster better for trooping. A little less weight and you don’t have to worry about dropping and breaking it. I’ve heard that can happen with the little kids pretty often. Lol.
  2. Here are some picture of the Quest Design E11 as promised. I can always add more if anyone would like another angle. In the last two I laid the Fieldmarshal BlasterFactory E11 next to it for size reference. I think it’s a very well done resin E11. Probably one of the best I’ve seen but there are some issues. One thing I was disappointed by was the lack of writing on the M38. Something I was very much looking forward to whiting out. I also bought an upgrade kit from Tino, that has a lot of metal parts and screws you can add to an resin E11 to make it more realistic. I still have yet to add those pieces. And like Joe said, the Hengstler does need to be raised up a bit. But overall, it’s honestly pretty well done. Very clean seams, and overall very clean piece. I definitely got my money’s worth. It was a good purchase, in my humble opinion
  3. I agree. That’s why I went with it. And short of actual authentic parts, I can use better quality replicas like the ones from Christopher Fieldmarshal at BlasterFactory. I actually have a Fieldmarshal E11 with a real magazine and a real Hengstler. What I’ll probably do is take the M38 replica off that and put it on the Quest when I get a real M38 The one on the Quest isn’t that great. The writing on the one end is barely legible. I’ll do my best to send plenty of pictures later so you can judge for yourself.
  4. I would also recommend Marc’s Blaster kit The Troopercoola JMC. Marc is a fantastic guy and is always willing to help you out if you have any issues. I am looking to purchase one of his myself, in the future.
  5. I actually ordered from them recently and can show you pictures later when I get home. Overall it’s a very nice resin E11. There are a few little things I’d like to change but that’s what modifications are for. Lol.
  6. That’s so cool. I just shared it with everyone I know!! Thank you!!!
  7. Congratulations, Grave!!!!
  8. The paint really turned out nice, Dan. Looking great so far.
  9. Don’t give up Aiden. Just take your time and post as much as you can to get help from the guys here. Everyone here will do their very best to help you. You can do this!! I promise.
  10. I agree Joe. Looks like 7 pins on the side. Not the 8. I know I have a photo somewhere that shows more detail. I’ll look for it tonight.
  11. It’s great having so many enthusiastic people in the community. Basically, thank you everyone for being as nerdy and OCD as I am. Lol.
  12. Just as something I’ve seen and noticed, specifically on the Move Along, maybe the Leia shots as well, I always thought the front chip socket was two stacked. The one towards the rear was the single stack. Probably doesn’t apply for regular stormtroopers, as I’ve not seen many that could be double stacked, besides the ones I listed. Wish there were more pictures.
  13. You should definitely get a bit of money for the greeblies, Joe. You absolutely deserve it for all the work you do, buddy. I have the chips but I would love to get some of the other Greeblies for a few of the E11s I’m working on. Let me know when you have some to send out.
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