My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

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    My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    Well, I got tired of my old self-made blaster so I decided to have a go at making a new one... I think it definitely looks better than my old one... let the pictures speak for themselves

    Lemme know what you guys/gals think!
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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    in a word 'sweet'. Well done matey :thumbup

    I too made mine and i think there is more pride in a scratch built EE3

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    It really is fun to make your stuff yourself but it can really give some headaches... I would also like to point out that the trigger is fully functionnal and the blaster is VERY sturdy...

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    here's mine buddy. as you can see i decided not to put a trigger on it at all (stops me being shot by the police )
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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    Good job, looks great!

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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    Nice Ronin...
    What was your base gun?

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    A definate improvement, way to go. I agree that scratch building an EE-3 can be good fun and once completed it can be a source of immense pride. Here's mine:


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    Wow, definant improvement in the second blaster. Looks great

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    Whoa, big improvement dude, Great job!!!

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    Excellent job!
    I agree with everyone that this is a great improvement on your first version.
    Not that your first one wasn't a great effort, but I see you're getting bit by the notorious accuracy bug
    Top notch work there bud!

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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    MOJO-FETT said: View Post
    Nice Ronin...
    What was your base gun?
    A block of wood. It really was 100% scratch built. Still with the rifles in this thread, i am thinking may be i should have gone with a metal base gun, as these others really do rock

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    Very nice blasters guys

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    That really looks rugged. Nice work Jo

    All of these scratch builts are great. A real sense of individuality
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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    Since I sold my first and second blaster, I have made a new one... that would make it my third one... darn accuracy bug has bitten me! It might not be perfect but I'm slowly getting there!!

    I'll post some pics this weekend.

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    woot im the new owner of the second one

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    Here is my third try at this... eventually I'll get it perfect!!
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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    What do you use for the scope?

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    tasco 4x20. i think you can find them at walmart, or any decent sporting goods store

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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    saint_nasty said: View Post
    tasco 4x20. i think you can find them at walmart, or any decent sporting goods store
    Yep, Tasco 4x20... they are not 100% accurate but they are easy to find and relatively cheap.

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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    Is a daisy ok?

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    Re: My new self-made ROTJ EE-3

    Any scope will be ok... it just depends on how much you want your blaster to be accurate... I decided mine was worth a nice scope but the 100$(if not more) ASI scope was not worth the difference.

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