ARC trooper rangefinder

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    dha'kad junn's Avatar
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    ARC trooper rangefinder

    hi all
    as you can see from my mando i am going with an alpha ARC trooper rangefinder, any help, tips and pictures from people who have made an ARC trooper would be apprecciated
    my mando:

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    Are you wanting the curved one like in the comic? I have only seen a couple of those, and for the life of me I don't remember who made them. Sorry. If you are wanting the regular range finder, BM makes a nice hollow one if you are wanting to put electronics in it. There are several other makers who make awesome ones as well.

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    Is there a difference between a mando range finder and the ones ARC troopers have?

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    i am looking for a rangefinder that i can leave down but not so it hinders my vision

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    the alpha batch of ARC troopers have rangefinders that stay in place and are sort of transparent like a HUD

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    corby said: View Post
    Is there a difference between a mando range finder and the ones ARC troopers have?
    The ARC troopers from the graphic novels had rangefinders that flipped over the eye area of the T visor



    Both the Clone Wars animations (old and new) AND the figures and other artwork show all ARC Troopers having the classic Mando style RF array.

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    www.clonetroopers.net is the place for Clones.

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    GCNgamer128 said: View Post
    www.clonetroopers.net is the place for Clones.


    hes not a clone hes a mando with a clone style range finder.

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    Vasili Zaitsev said: View Post
    hes not a clone hes a mando with a clone style range finder.
    Which means he should go and check a clone site for a clone range finder.

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    i've looked but haven't found anything, so i decided to ask here as i can't join
    clonetroopers.net until i'm 17

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    anyone???

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    Re: ARC trooper rangefinder

    Sorry but if you're looking for clonetrooper info going to a Fett site is probably not the best option.

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