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TK-11382 Requesting ANH Stunt EIB Status [307][RS]


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Name Dennis DiBasco

ID TK 11382

Forum Name Kurtzmann

Garrison New England Garrison

 

Costume Information

 

Mandatory Information

  • Armor = RS Prop Masters
  • Helmet= RS Prop Masters
  • Blaster= Doopydoo's full resin kit

Optional

  • Height = 5'11"
  • Weight = 195
  • Boots = TKBoots.com
  • Canvas belt = Clothears (supplied by RS)
  • Hand Plates = Supplied by RS
  • Electronics= Aker 1506
  • Neck Seal = TK409.com
  • Holster = Supplied by RS

 

Application Photos

 

Armor Photos

 

Full Body Front

 

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Full Body Back

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Full Right

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Full Left

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Right Side Detail

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Left SIde Detail

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Helmet Detail Photos

 

Front

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Side

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Back

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Hovi tip detail

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Lens color (Backlit if necessary)

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Accessory Photos

 

Ammo belt

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Neckseal

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Blaster left side

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Blaster right side

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Thermal detonator back

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Action Shot

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Optional

 

Interior Strapping

 

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Abdomen Detail

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Additional Photos

 

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looks great very clean. I did notice one little thing your shoulder straps could move up a bit on the chest plate, that way they will cover the back plate a little better for you, other than that EXCELLENT WORK! nice job and good luck trooper.

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looks great very clean. I did notice one little thing your shoulder straps could move up a bit on the chest plate, that way they will cover the back plate a little better for you, other than that EXCELLENT WORK! nice job and good luck trooper.

 

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Always awesome to see a well assembled RS suit!

But your action shot hasn't much action, eh?

Just kiddin ;-)

 

Haha, I was thinking that shot was pretty bad too, I just needed someone else to confirm it. Let's try this one.

 

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looks great very clean. I did notice one little thing your shoulder straps could move up a bit on the chest plate, that way they will cover the back plate a little better for you, other than that EXCELLENT WORK! nice job and good luck trooper.

 

I had actually moved the back plate up after I took that photo, just forgot to send the current shot which is hopefully better.

 

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The CRL's state split rivets. Is this out of date?

 

I was going by the CRL which I assumed was current.

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Split rivets are permitted, but the ideal is cap rivets. Split rivets are allowed in order to let those that have invested in the correct type of ab rivets, re-use any spares instead of having to order even more rivets. That was the idea anyway. But if you have cap rivets laying around, feel free to replace them. But it won't interfere with your applications.

 

Easy approval! :duim:

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Thanks so much everyone, I am humbled beyond words to be joining the EIB ranks.

 

A big thanks to anyone that ever posted a tutorial, photo, build thread, etc. The information here proved invaluable.

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Split rivets are permitted, but the ideal is cap rivets. Split rivets are allowed in order to let those that have invested in the correct type of ab rivets, re-use any spares instead of having to order even more rivets. That was the idea anyway. But if you have cap rivets laying around, feel free to replace them. But it won't interfere with your applications.

 

Easy approval! :duim:

 

Would the split rivets be an issue with Centurion? Not sure if I just had a brain-fart when I was assembling or what, but looking back at RS's originals I can see they're caps...doh!

I'm digging through my left-over kit parts to see if I still have more.

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