EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

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    EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    I was wondering who sells the hyperfirm ee3 blaster and how to contact them? besides that are there other individuals that create blasters in the US for convenience reasons?

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Stormrider is the US guy for EE3 blasters....I spoke with him this week and he is moved to GA. But hasnt started any work yet, he has a foam hyperfirm like EE3 he does that he may be offering soon? Id start with him....Scifire is who does Hyperfirm but I dont know if theyre making EE3s anymore?

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Yes, what Fett 4 Real said! Stormrider would be your guy! I have one of his kits and it is awesome! Ive also built a few for members here

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    EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Sci Fire still makes Hyperfirm EE3s. I've been rocking mine for five years so far.
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    They still do? That's awesome news! I thought they quit awhile ago
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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    I contacted Lewis a month ago about the ROTJ Hyperfirm EE-3. He still makes them and they are $525 shipped US.

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    red white said: View Post
    I contacted Lewis a month ago about the ROTJ Hyperfirm EE-3. He still makes them and they are $525 shipped US.
    Maybe I won't get one. $525 is too high for me.

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Yeeeeah. I've bought a Hyperfirm DLT-19 and a DC-15s from him. I LOVE both of them. BUT, I'm having trouble stomaching that much on the EE-3. I still need a decent blaster myself. Anyone know if Stormrider or Sidewinder are making kits right now?

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    The EE3s for a resin one finished is about that much...so your not spending more really

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Oh wow. Ok. I was thinking the kit would be around $300+ then some bondo and paint. Well what do you guys recommend best for trooping? I would figure the rubber?

    And sorry if I hijacked the thread! I can make my own if necessary.

    Thanks

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    thanks for all the info. Any addition to this thread would be beneficial for anyone.

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    needed to fix lat post
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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Sorry to rez the dead (thread), but how do these hyperfirm blasters compare to the sidewinder kit and the storm rider resin/wood kits? Sorry its just really hard to compare these over the net, please feel free to PM if you feel more comfortable.

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Hey Paul, I owned a sidewinder kit before I moved to the Hyperfirm. For me it was all about durability for trooping. With the resin kits one good drop and you will more than likely be doing some repair on it. With my hyperfirm if I want I can hand it off to a kid that I am taking a pic with and not worry about it getting broken. So with that to me it will all depend on what you will be doing with it. If you are just going with a display then the resin one would be just fine.

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Seems like Sci-Fire is dead, I can't get a response from them, anyone know otherwise?

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    They owed me a greeb I never got wont answer txts or anything...

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    Re: EE-3 hyperfirm blasters

    Scott Kaufmann said: View Post
    Sci Fire still makes Hyperfirm EE3s. I've been rocking mine for five years so far.
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