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TK-19191 Requesting ANH Stunt EIB Status [RS][312]


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Name:     Francisco Owens
Forum ID:    Echo

Garrison:   Southern California Garrison

 

Mandatory Information
Armor:     RS Propmasters PVC
Helmet:     RS Propmasters PVC
TD:         Troopermaster
Blaster:     Hyperfirm E-11

 

Optional Information
Height:     5-11
Weight:    175 lbs
Boots: TKBoots
Canvas Belt: RS Prop (By Clothears)
Hand Plates: RS Prop Latex
Neckseal: Darman on FISD
Holster: Vern on FISD

 

Submission Photos

 

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EIB0101 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0102 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0103 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0104 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0105 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0106 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0107 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0108 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0109 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0110 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0111 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0112 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0113 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0114 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0115 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0116 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0117 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0118 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0119 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0120 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0121 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0122 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0123 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0124 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0125 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0126 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

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EIB0127 by Echo Rogue, on Flickr

 


 

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Well, they're not that bad. But since I made that version in 2010, some new details were found (a big thanks to TM), like the knuckle indentions, the sloped thumb part, the tilt, etc.

 

But the armor is great and I hope to own one in the near future.

 

RS, if you're reading this, contact me! I have an offer for you!

 

 

Oh, Francisco, PM me your postal adress, if you like. I see a package from Austria coming to you....

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That's why I switched my RS plates with Yours Karin :)

 

Great looking Suit! And fits you well.

 

I do wish RS would make a unique inner and outer shin mold you could have the option of taking since their suit has double (inner or outter I forget) which make the shins look a fat.  This is especially highlighted in someone my size where you can see the shins are pretty fat on my TD (RS Build), vs my TK  (TM Build).

 

Only thing I would say, and this is just an observation, but I believe the thigh ammo belt was held on with a cap rivet not a split rivet. 

 

Edit:

 

Never mind see you know that already  :smiley-sw013:

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Thx rhap, yea when I was attaching the thigh pack, I looked throughout the forums for the best fastener to use. I didn't come across a clear answer, so I then went to check the CRL. It specifically stated a split rivet with no mention of a cap rivet, so I went with that. About a week after I set the pack, someone asked the question and it was discussed that a cap rivet was more screen accurate... Little frustrating because I have a stack of cap rivets and could have done it.

 

One day I'll switch it out. But I must say I think the split rivet feels like a stronger fastener and I believe a little better for heavy trooping. There is a fair amount of tension when the pack is pulled from one side to the other to be set. I don't see the split rivets failing while I would have my doubts about the cap rivets.

 

Totally agree with the shin comment.

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That's why I switched my RS plates with Yours Karin :)

 

 

I guess there can't be a bigger compliment!

 

 

I forgot: Francisco, I think your pics are the BEST application pics EVER! Do you mind to share some of your tips, besides of being gifted witn enormous talent?

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Aww shucks.. now I'm blushing. Thanks for the kind words. Always willing to help, I'll think about some tips..

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