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    Nov 8, 2008, 12:28 PM - Hello from Texas #1

    Howdy....a bit about me. Married to a wonderful wife that doesn't understand the "afliction". 1 great three year old son. I currently work dispatch for an ambulance company. I was formerly a police officer and hope to get back into that work in the future, but for now this works. It's great to be here. No builds yet, but I hope to change that soon. I currently read and do some woodworking for hobbies.
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    Nov 8, 2008, 1:28 PM - Re: Hello from Texas #2

    welcome to the club! any questions please feel free to ask!!
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    Nov 8, 2008, 1:58 PM - Re: Hello from Texas #3

    Thanks....so many questions....where do I start?
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    Nov 8, 2008, 5:52 PM - Re: Hello from Texas #4

    Where does one start?

    The question of all questions asked here. Answer: where ever you feel like!

    FIrst figure out what Boba you want. ESB,ROTJ, PrePro 1-? (there were a few of them), Holiday, etc.

    After you figure out there Id start with a helmet, but thats just me.

    But it comes down to money, how much you really want to spend.
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    Nov 9, 2008, 6:55 AM - Re: Hello from Texas #5

    Which brings me to a whole new set of questions. Are there alot of big differences between the ESB and ROTJ? As the ultimate noob, I have no idea what a PrePro1 is. And I have no idea what the differences in these and the holiday are. As for money, this is going to an on going process so I'm not looking to break the bank(the kids need shoes!).


    D'oh....never mind....found the wiki......this is going to be harder than I thought.
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    Nov 9, 2008, 8:41 AM - Re: Hello from Texas #6

    Naha its easy. Just takes time to figure out what you want. I think thats the hard part.
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    Nov 9, 2008, 8:53 AM - Re: Hello from Texas #7

    It's just sooooo much information to absorb.....the effort you guys have put into this and the in documenting it for us noobs is incredible....I think I've decided on a ESB. Gotta have a side arm. Blame it on Uncle Sugar and my old job....I know it sounds silly but old habits die hard.
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    Nov 12, 2008, 12:16 PM - Re: Hello from Texas #8

    Quote Noob Fett said: View Post
    It's just sooooo much information to absorb.....the effort you guys have put into this and the in documenting it for us noobs is incredible....I think I've decided on a ESB. Gotta have a side arm. Blame it on Uncle Sugar and my old job....I know it sounds silly but old habits die hard.
    be brave and do prepro.

    i'm esb and i don't want to deter you from it completely, just giving you another option.

    prepro has the sling gun, and a nice mix of rotj style parts.

    i don't see too many tackle it anymore so it'd be nice to see someone do the set up
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    Nov 22, 2008, 2:19 PM - Re: Hello from Texas #9

    Might do that.......but then again I'm researching everything tight now.

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