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  1. lilburndiablo's Avatar
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    Oct 24, 2004, 11:07 PM - * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #1

    I could have bought the up to $400.00 blasters. However, I was able to have dirt
    blemishes airbrushed on the toy blasters. These pictures are not as detailed as I would like them to be. If you saw them up close in person, you can see the fine details. I should have better pics in a week or so. . . . What ya think guys? Be honest! I have thick skin. When I think of air-brush - - - I think of the sort of cheesey Red Neck art college kids get on their Tee-Shirts when they visit Panama City Beach or Ft. Lauderdale during spring break. Ha ha ha!






    Ok ! I know . . This is my attempt at cheesey art direction! But hey! The background is cool.
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    Oct 25, 2004, 7:11 AM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #2

    You did a great job. I wish i could do that to my MR's. Man i would love to do that.
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    Oct 25, 2004, 9:07 AM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #3

    You have an advantage over me, your blasters are light weight. My stitching on my holsters broke loose this past weekend from the weight of my 34's. I've worn my holster and my boots out over the past 2 years. Besides someone picking them up, yours look just like the more expensive versions...very nice.
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    Oct 25, 2004, 9:19 AM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #4

    Excelent job!
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    Oct 25, 2004, 3:08 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #5

    those look great man~ excellent job on the weathering!
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    Oct 25, 2004, 6:35 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #6

    Thanks. . . The biggest compliment is from you guys!
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    Oct 25, 2004, 7:16 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #7

    Great job.

    I have a blaster question and I hope you don't mind me asking here. I have a white trooper blaster and I want to seperate the 2 halves. There are plastic rings on both ends of the scope and I was wondering if there is a way to remove them without breaking it.

    Thx.
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    Oct 25, 2004, 7:47 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #8

    hehe pretty cool! thats a nice redneck tshirt gun :-p


    does the sound still work? thats another advantage they have over the MR's haha
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    Oct 25, 2004, 8:22 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #9

    Great job!! Best looking rubies I've seen
    Way to go
  10. thunderbolt885
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    Oct 26, 2004, 5:10 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #10

    nice weathering but theres one main problem, yo uforgot to repaint the grip silver. :-p
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    Oct 26, 2004, 7:44 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #11

    Vary nice. Just started on mine a couple days ago. I could use some suggestions on weathering.
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    Oct 28, 2004, 9:23 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #12

    Sure Phantom!

    Just shoot me an email . . .

    I will be more than happy to send pics too.
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    Oct 31, 2004, 8:42 AM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #13

    I want to repaint my Rubies but I don't know what kind of paint to use on them. Any sugestions.
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    Oct 31, 2004, 11:02 AM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #14


    Jedi-Bob wrote:

    Great job.

    I have a blaster question and I hope you don't mind me asking here. I have a white trooper blaster and I want to seperate the 2 halves. There are plastic rings on both ends of the scope and I was wondering if there is a way to remove them without breaking it.

    Thx.
    No, you will have to cut the rings off using a hacksaw or dremel. Can I ask why you want to seperate it?





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    Nov 2, 2004, 3:41 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #15

    oh man. those are hot lookin'. maybe you could make TDH airbrush t-shirts; redneck style!

    great work
  16. Nov 4, 2004, 7:59 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #16

    Impressive you did a great job on it man.
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    Nov 5, 2004, 3:28 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #17

    Nice job on weathering. Just have one suggestion. I have both Rubies and a pair of the MR blasters and the handgrips on the MR are silver metallic not light blue metallic. The way the silver metallic looks, you could use your basic silver metallic spray paint and paint the grips silver then weather that part again. I assume the MRs were based off the originals as they claim.
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    Nov 5, 2004, 9:21 PM - Re: * * * M O D I F I E D T O Y B L A S T E R S * * * #18

    Oh yea . . .

    The handles! Thanks for the observation.

    I plan to do that. Right now I am 'uh little "Fett up"

    After hitting the Halloween deadline I have been putting things to a rest!

    Thanks for the input guys!