Greetings from the frozen North!

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Rosenlund66
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Re: Greetings from the frozen North!

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99665 wrote:
15 Jan 2019, 20:54
Welcome here as well, nice to see you on FISD (stormie)
I thank you :)
(vader) i find your lack of faith disturbing...

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Re: Greetings from the frozen North!

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Rosenlund66 wrote:
16 Jan 2019, 05:57
Keep away from him! besides a wellknown liar, he takes Overprice! doopydoos works well ! or if you have the money and skill, Feildmarshall E-11 kit in alumnium!

Yeah, I’ve been on FISD and asked there also. Was provided with some links to articles about SDS and the whole legal case. Having looked around for such things as boots and neck liners, i saw how much they ask in comparison to other vendors r( the nerve of some people!
As for the E-11, i daresay I’d find the money, but i have neither time nor skill enough for too much “make and mend”. Not much of a technician, I’m afraid :p erm..noob question: what’s a “doopydoo”?

Doopydo is a resinkit many of us are using, otherwise the best here in Europe is Tiekais blasters! You can find hon on fb of blasterbuilder gruops.
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Re: Greetings from the frozen North!

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These are perfect for trooping. Just paint it and weather it.

https://www.funidelia.se/pistol-star-wa ... 36593.html

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Re: Greetings from the frozen North!

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Doobydoos is a maker of resin E-11 kits, from UK. Here's a link; https://www.doopydoos.com/stormtrooper- ... 2685-p.asp

Their kit is nice, and easy to put together, some metal parts are needed though, but those are available from shops or makers. I made one of this kit in two days, including glue, paint and screws.
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