WIP: my esb blaster

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    WIP: my esb blaster

    hey guys, ive been working on this for a few weeks, mostly waiting for parts to come in but i just about got my blaster finished. its a ebay resin kit, that i put together and painted, then a woodman wooden stock, that i stained, with a 99centtaco strap and some sling rings from fettdad. i still need to either paint the flash muzzle or find some other method of attaching a metal one and getting some greeblies for the stock

    here it is

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    wow thanks for all the feedback

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    Keep your hair on, buddy we haven't all seen it yet!
    Looks amazing. Nice job staining the stock.
    If you want a super-shiny flash muzzel, you can't beat chrome-plated slip joint extension tubing. Long name, I know, but they come in 1 1/2" and 1 1/4" diameters, and can be found in the plumbing department of your local home improvement store. But, obviously, the choice is up to you.
    Keep up the good work!

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    Mind telling us who the Ebay seller is?

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    i was just joking, would i need to cut the end off of my blaster or attach it over top of the existing muzzle?

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    hmm, depends on whether or not the slip joint tube fits well over the existing muzzel. that'd be the way to go though, I mean you definately don't want to go butchering such a great prop.
    if you can't find a slip joint that fits snuggly over the muzzel, painting would probably be the next best option.

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    Marshall, that blaster looks sweeeeet. you did an awesome job on the stock, great color. do a search for a heiland tube on ebay for the muzzle. heads up too your braids are shipping today!

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    thanks a lot woodman, im looking forward to getting those. and kalkamel the ebay seller is arsonsmith

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    Looking good well on the way to having it all done...need to get me a ROTJ version!

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    theres a mr version on ebay with 6 hours left bid is starting at 350.00

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    im past 250 posts!!!

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    Fett4reaL said: View Post
    theres a mr version on ebay with 6 hours left bid is starting at 350.00
    I saw that Im gonna go with a kit from sidewinder, and JP will come first then Blaster cant wait though

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    Re: WIP: my esb blaster

    yeah, all i have left to complete my esb fett is jetpack, going with man of war, girth belt, and boots

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