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Downtown's ANH-Stunt Build [AM]

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Its arrived and the build has begun.

 

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Oh how we love to see new recruits with that big glorious box. So happy BBB day!

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Nothing better than a BBB, good luck with the build

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Working on Helmet.  Sorry it wont allow me to upload any more pics.  

Got the Helmet put together, painted teeth, stickers on, brow in place and ears installed. 

 

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So Ron what you'll want to do is set up a hosting site like flickr, imgur or use an app like tapatalk to upload your photos. I like tapatalk because it allows you to directly add photos to your posts.

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Biceps needed a Hot Water bath to make it fit my arm.  Used an old paint can to help keep the shape.  

Yes, Im a hoarder, I hold on to everything.  You never know when you might use it.  Thus the old paint can used for something!

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As I understand it, there should be little to no gap between the back and the kidney.  I am having a bit of an issue how to get there with the AM 2.0 armor.  The back does not have a straight edge and causes a gap. 

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Correct - ideally no gap.  Is there a gap when you are wearing the armour?  When wearing it, the back piece usually pivots back a bit and closes the gap in the middle of the back to kidney seam.  I can't speak for AM armour, but with my AP armour I had to do a little reshaping of the return edge of the back piece with a hot water bath to get it perfect (well... better than it was). 

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