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Hello Everyone! I just got received my ATA Works Kit in the mail today (Happy 10th Anniversary to them btw), and I am beyond overwhelmed! I’ve been looking into the forums and it’s been really confusing as it seems everyone does it different. I think the main thing I’m asking is:

1) Can someone point me in the direction of some really informative stunt builds? 

2) What’s next? What and how much do I need to buy to make my building experience more enjoyable? (Rivets, buttons, velcro, magnets, etc.) Thanks for your help! :)

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Welcome to the joys of building.  Any pinned log in the ANH Build Threads area is worthy a read,  regardless of maker they are building.  Otherwise search  for similar maker build logs and the pre-approval  or high level submission threads for finer details and tips.

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Any build thread by UKswrath or Navajobro is great!! They make it very easy to follow

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Eric,

As far as a build goes we all do things a little different but you can look at any of @ukswrath build threads as most of us really consider his a step by step instruction manual. You can see his thread on ATA armor here!!  

And thanks to our Executive Office @justjoseph63  you can find a list of all the extras that you could think of here!  

 

Any other questions feel free to reach out as we're all here to help! 

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Hi Eric.  Congrats on the armour!  Read through the provided links above - take your time - you've got this.  It will all make sense... eventually.

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Congrats. ATA armor is great. I've been trooping in mine since 2013 and it has held up nicely. I also have two helmet kits that I will be assembling too very soon. 

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Hello and welcome aboard, you will find lots of great ATA builds to follow, good luck and don't be afraid to ask questions, there are no silly questions just silly mistakes ;) 

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On 6/13/2019 at 9:23 PM, handthecookie said:

Hello Everyone! I just got received my ATA Works Kit in the mail today (Happy 10th Anniversary to them btw), and I am beyond overwhelmed! I’ve been looking into the forums and it’s been really confusing as it seems everyone does it different. I think the main thing I’m asking is:

1) Can someone point me in the direction of some really informative stunt builds? 

2) What’s next? What and how much do I need to buy to make my building experience more enjoyable? (Rivets, buttons, velcro, magnets, etc.) Thanks for your help! :)

 

I'm just going to follow your thread, I'm in the same boat. My BBB day was today, and I have many of the same questions. Good Luck to you!

 

 

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Looking forward to your building. Looks like you've received so great info. :jc_doublethumbup:

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Hi Eric, exciting times ahead of you so enjoy the journey, ask lots of questions and post lots of photos of your progress.


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I read @ukswrathbuild thread and I ask several things to @justjoseph63and @Alay 

Also @Alayis selling centurion strapping set..they're great

Goodluck with your build !

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