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Hi, Im looking forward to buy a dlt-19. Since Im in Germany I cant buy from HFX and in general its very expensive to buy from overseas. I found this guy on facebook, he sells a lot of Star Wars weapons and he does it from Belgium, so no import taxes for me :)

 

His website is here: http://www.procoprint3d.com/#!star-wars-props/cqdjs

 

I think he 3d prints his guns. Is this a negative point?

 

Also has anyone made experiene with his prop guns and can tell me how they are and/or provide some close up shots?

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks in advance!

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I believe the main concern with 3D blasters, assuming they're otherwise accurate, is durability. Like resin, if you drop it on a hard surface you may not have a blaster anymore.

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Yes youre right...but I guess you have that problem with every blaster except hyperfirm blasters...and they wont ship to europe. Is there anyone else who makes these rubber blasters?

The only other store I've seen mentioned that makes hard rubber E-11s (along the line of Hyperfirm) is THG Props on Etsy.

 

Downside is they're only raw kits which need assembly, an amount of work, and painting.

 

https://www.etsy.com/shop/THGProps

 

There's a 10% off orders over $50 promo right now, too, coupon code EAST1610. :)

 

I've never seen one in person so can't compare, but it does at least look quite good, and I've seen the name mentioned here on FISD here and there. (without cursing, which is a good sign!)

 

The store says they ship worldwide. Good luck!

 

Option #2 is simply to find a friend in the US who can forward the shipment to you. (I assume there are no legal issues with shipping fake rubber weapons?)

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@kman I heard from THG props but right now im looking for a dlt 19 and they sadly dont have that. Beside that the shipping and customs is soo expensive...

 

@Lichtbringer: hmm I didnt plan to pay much more than 300-350€.... I assume a metal dlt is much over that limit, right?

 

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Not much over that, I paid 429,- (http://www.zib-militaria.de/MG-34-mit-Zweibein-Vollmetall-Modell, atm sold out)

 

And only 7-8,- for shipping inside Germany, no big shipping charge + customs. 

 

If you are interested, here is my thread: http://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/34882-my-new-dlt/

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Not much over that, I paid 429,- (http://www.zib-militaria.de/MG-34-mit-Zweibein-Vollmetall-Modell, atm sold out)

 

And only 7-8,- for shipping inside Germany, no big shipping charge + customs. 

 

If you are interested, here is my thread: http://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/34882-my-new-dlt/

Wow, those are gorgeous! That would sure be a great base for a DLT19!
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Hi, Im looking forward to buy a dlt-19. Since Im in Germany I cant buy from HFX and in general its very expensive to buy from overseas. I found this guy on facebook, he sells a lot of Star Wars weapons and he does it from Belgium, so no import taxes for me :)

 

His website is here: http://www.procoprint3d.com/#!star-wars-props/cqdjs

 

I think he 3d prints his guns. Is this a negative point?

 

Also has anyone made experiene with his prop guns and can tell me how they are and/or provide some close up shots?

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Here is my DLT-19 from Procoprint3d.

 

It requires some modifications and must be sanded and painted. But it looks good.

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