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  1. So I'm doing a Hasbro mod. My goals are to make an ANH EIB acceptable blaster, and learn as much as I can about building a blaster so I can do a scratch built or more accurate kit later. I'm new to most of the tools and techniques I will be using for this build so to a large degree this is a learning experience. I'll post what I've tried in this build thread so I can get some feedback from those that have done this before, and provide another reference to those that still want to try. Thanks to everyone who's posted build threads. I've looked at a bunch of build threads and every one has been an invaluable help for someone who's never done this before. A lot of the stuff on this forum is pretty inspirational and it's got me real excited to get in and start trying things. What I am using: Base: Hasbro blaster Add-ons: Doopydoos Hasbro modification kit (these have apparently changed over time, so I'll point out this one was bought in Jan 2012) Other changes I'm considering: Basic Doopydoos conversion Full set of barrel holes with a better t-track (I've already started cutting so I'm committed to this one now) Hollowed scope rail and sight Reshaping the trigger More lights in the barrel Metal hex screws in the front Some sort of improved rear scope end Helstringer wires Counter decal Reshaping other parts? Extending the barrel? Tools I'm using: Dremel 4000 E-6000 Bondo Sand Paper Spray Paint Exacto Knife Soldering Iron Misc. other (if you see that I'm using something interesting let me know and I'll add it to this list)
  2. In the fall I cleaned out all three local Targets for the E-11's (each store only had one). On line they more than twice the price if you can fins them. Does anybody know of on line source or other chains stores that carry them? Thanks!
  3. A while back I saw a scope mod tutorial that showed how to use a piece of plastic and a CD to create an optical illusion of a refractive scope. I cant find it now and the Doopy sticker just looks dopey. Can someone point me in the right direction ?
  4. Hello all, I'm starting off with my first Hasbro mod using a Doopydoos kit. I'm attempting to open it up and it is being a little more difficult than anticipated. I knew I would have trouble with the rear of the scope, and after hitting on it with a screw driver for a long time I gave up and attacked it with my Dremel. I would like to congratulate the adhesives engineer at Hasbro that put together that part, it was rock solid. Now I'm having trouble just splitting the thing apart. Along the rail in the rear I was able to use a knife to break the glue there. But I'm not having as much luck in the front. It seems to have some pretty solid glue here too, and it is starting to crack along the side of the T-Track when I try separating it apart. I can't seem to make much progress with the knife here. Has anyone else noticed that much problem with glue? Any tricks for splitting the front without damaging the body? Where it was glued on the rail in the rear, both sides of the plastic came up flat against each other. It looks like the majority of the rest body has a little alignment lip that would make it impossible to separate with a knife. I can't tell for sure if there is a lip along this top t-track piece or not.
  5. I am finishing up my Hasbro blaster and I am not sure whether I should add the D-ring to it or not. Can someone clarify this for me?
  6. So originally I had planned on doing ANH stunt like the majority of Troopers start with. I checked out thier blaster build threads and thought it would be fun to do the Hasbro conversion, so I bought a blaster off of the eBay, and ordered a Doopy kit. Well that was almost a month ago and in that time I have decided I wanted to go the less taken ESB route. I read up on all the differences in the ANH armor compared to the ESB. I bought different hand guards, made a my own holster, ordered the correct stickers for the helmet etc... Without ever really considering the difference in the blaster until today I recieved this box today and immediately jumped on the FISD forums with the intent of doing a quick build tonight. Then I realized that I was going to have to do some major mods to my blaster to be somewhat ESB accurate. So here we go with my first build of any sort on this forum. Removing the counter !!!!!!! This is what I am starting with. I had already cut off the barrel and scope pieces, as I had seen in every ANH conversion thread. To remove the counter I first used a Sharpie maker to draw an outline around the area I wanted to cut away. I then started scoring the lines with my exacto. After about 10 minutes of scoring the same spot over and over I started to get some penetration on the straight parts that needed to be cut away, but knew the exacto was not going to be usefull on the curved areas. I was also getting tired of the progress moving so slow, so I whipped out the dremel and bore a few holes through it hoping I could break the pieces off in smaller sections easier than the whole counter at once. Here is the first of the small sections removed. Now it is looking a little better. I am headed back to the shed now where will cut and sand the rough edges down and hopefully post some picture of the progress later tonight.
  7. Hey everyone While I'm waiting for my AP kit to ship in I had this Hasbro E11 lying around with the Doopydoo parts, so I figured why not. And if I completely fail at it I'll just troop with my SE-14r. First cracks. I used a power drill and a X-acto knife. More work on the railing which I thought was a huge pain! First failure is the scope eyepiece that I destroyed when trying to remove it. I looked for tape rolls but they all seem to be too narrow here. The solution for this problem will have to wait. Finished all the carvings, except that I'm not gonna drill extra holes. The LED is pulled back inside the barrel if you're wondering. Pics about the gluing process to come soon! Feedback is greatly appreciated
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