oscs?

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    oscs?

    Can someone please school me on this One stop clone shop.

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    Formely Jaing Skirata A'den Skirata's Avatar
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    Re: oscs?

    INever heard of it... got a link?

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    Re: oscs?

    Fantastic armor and helmets. Great guys. Enough said.

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    I helped at SDCC '08 Jango 5204's Avatar
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    Re: oscs?

    OSCS is a group of guys that make clone parmor and parts. I believe most, if not all of them are in So Cal. Who you contact depends on which parts you want to buy. One guy makes armor, another guy makes some helmets. Depends on what you're looking for.

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    Re: oscs?

    Great stuff.

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    Re: oscs?

    Do they have a site? How do I contact them?

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    I have a set of OSCS armor. It is just awesome!

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    Re: oscs?

    Here ya go: http://www.imperialsurplus.com/index.html
    One guy now doing it all I think. Good stuff and a pleasure to work with.

    Good luck

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    Re: oscs?

    Excellent armor exceptional quality and detail. Kevin and Todd are a pleasure to deal with true artist.

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    Re: oscs?

    Thanks Guys....

    I offer the armor in 2 different sizes Short and Tall.
    The “SHORT SET” of Parts is geared to fit someone 5'8" - 5'10" with the leg inseam of 32 inches or LESS.

    If you are 5'11' - 6'4" with a leg inseam of 33 inches or more, you would want the "TALL SET".

    Kevin W.

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    Re: oscs?

    kwdesigns OSCS said: View Post
    I offer the armor in 2 different sizes Short and Tall.
    The “SHORT SET” of Parts is geared to fit someone 5'8" - 5'10" with the leg inseam of 32 inches or LESS.
    It's not short, it's ACCURATE!

    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0607325/bio said:
    Biography for
    Temuera Morrison More at IMDbPro »

    Date of Birth
    26 December 1960, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand

    Birth Name
    Temuera Jack Nicolas David Morrison

    Height
    5' 7" (1.70 m)


    For once I'm TALLER than the character I'm dressing as!!!

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    Re: oscs?

    Thanks for all the help everyone.

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    Re: oscs?

    I'm going to be looking to get a pair of clone boots from them (OSCS)

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    Re: oscs?

    I've tried contacting them for a second helmet, but have not heard back at all. Are they still making stuff?

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    Re: oscs?

    Yes they are, how long have you waited? Some times guys are just busy.

    You might try contacting them over on clonetroopers.net

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    Re: oscs?

    To my knowledge Kev is revalidating from an operation, I guess he's still making stuff, I think it's a matter of when.

    Just try pm'ing him on clonetroopers.net , that ussualy works for me.

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    Re: oscs?

    Yes, he had surgery... there is a thread on at ct.net. I'm sure he'll check in there when he's ready to get back to making armor.

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    Re: oscs?

    Thanks,

    Yeah it's been several Months now. I just tried emailing him again. I keep having trouble with Clonetrooper.net, can't log in, change my pw, or contact the admin. It's just weird.

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    Re: oscs?

    Hi Everyone. Yes I am back and doing well from the surgery. Thanks

    As for OSCS Standard Clone Armor, I am making the armor and all other parts for that. But the EP3 Helmet mold I no longer have anything to do with it. You need to contact TK1389. He has been in possession of that helmet mold for a few years now.

    Thanks
    Kevin W.
    www.imperialsurplus.com
    Last edited by kwdesigns OSCS; Aug 15, 2011 at 2:45 AM.

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