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MikeTK1536

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About MikeTK1536

  • Rank
    Lieutenant
  • Birthday 07/11/1974

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    http://www.tk1536.com

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    Male
  • Location
    Arlington, VA

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  • Name
    Mike
  • 501st ID
    1536
  • 501st Unit
    Old Line Garrison
  1. http://www.vintagecomputing.com/index.php/archives/189
  2. Nope. I still have a TD, Gree and a partial 501st Clone that's in "fix-it" mode.
  3. Update, This was sold to Mr. Tony Guns last year. So no elite status for me... I still have the MG though.
  4. That's a hot shirt. I may have to visit a mall this weekend.
  5. Thanks guys! I'll continue to do my best.
  6. That particular trooper interpretation (with the MG-34) did not have a holster in ANH.
  7. The quick way to answer this would be "from six different people, at six different times when you were at the right place at the right time to get it." Building complete and accurate Clones can be very elusive and difficult.
  8. We're doing a run on the MEPD, specifically for the patch and for Deployed troops only. This is a rough mock-up. The beret needs to be shaped better, I know.
  9. I bought a Camelpack to try this in my TK armor. Removing and installing the bladder in the back plate would be easy enough, but the problem was running the hose in the helmet. The way they work, it's almost impossible to do. The only practical way would be to have the hose slung over your shoulder, remove your helmet to take a drink. But historically, whenever we troop, the only time we remove our helmets is away from public view like in the back room, etc. where we generally already have water waiting.
  10. I'm sorry to hear that Tony, but I understand. You're in my thoughts and best wishes. Be well, amigo.
  11. I posted screen shots to prove that the MG-34 trooper did not have the holster. I have the E-11, but I'm not going to rivet my holster to the belt so I can alternate between ANH and ESB (with holster on the right) for trooping. I'm not too concerned. I understand having strict standards and I applaud you for upholding them. If I don't make "elite" status, I can totally understand and respect the hard-line standards. I only wish the Legion and their GMLs were so strict.
  12. I used to have a a real deactivated Sterling without the Hengsler counter, but on this particular resin E-11, it's firmly attached and not removable. Oh well. I'm not too concerned. I understand having strict standards and I applaud you for upholding them. If I don't make "elite" status, I can totally understand and respect the hard-line standards. I only wish the Legion and their GMLs were so strict.
  13. It's my damn web site... I think the web host has been having up and down DNS issues. Every time I send them a trouble ticket, it resolves itself.
  14. TE original. Same goes for my Sandtrooper except I swapped out both biceps and right gauntlet for TM parts. My ESB hand-backs are also TM. I also took the left TE biceps that I ended up not using on my Sandtrooper and re-used it as the right biceps on this suit of armor, so that it's more symmetrical and not using that odd shaped Tour suit part.
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