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Re: Blaster (E11) Hyperfirm...?

Posted: 02 Sep 2015, 21:27
by 29996
There is two other people in the uk selling rubber, just so you know, and get even more choices.

Hyperfirm a-grades used to sell for 250, they changed that?
Also that pic you posted seems to be of their centurion blaster, they really know how to weather guns.

Re: Blaster (E11) Hyperfirm...?

Posted: 02 Sep 2015, 22:53
by 17113
29996 wrote:That pic you posted seems to be of their centurion blaster, they really know how to weather guns.
Weeeell... Is putting silver rub-n-buff on the handle made out of plastic on a real sterling really good weathering? (or are you being sarcastic? I can never tell :-P ) I'd go for the 175 one. Also, what's the names of the guys selling from the uk? Interested! :-D

Re: Blaster (E11) Hyperfirm...?

Posted: 03 Sep 2015, 13:54
by 78346
@Mads; That sounds like a good deal - I do love those patches. I'll do a read through the 501st CRL requirements, to see what I'm missing. Andreas already put me in the right direction of doing things the hard/right way. Thanks for that!
I see that the d-ring must be present for EIB also. That's a 300 dollar d-ring.

For those interested, here's their price list.

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Re: Blaster (E11) Hyperfirm...?

Posted: 07 Sep 2015, 22:40
by 29996
17113 wrote:
29996 wrote:That pic you posted seems to be of their centurion blaster, they really know how to weather guns.
Weeeell... Is putting silver rub-n-buff on the handle made out of plastic on a real sterling really good weathering? (or are you being sarcastic? I can never tell :-P ) I'd go for the 175 one. Also, what's the names of the guys selling from the uk? Interested! :-D
Thgprops something and Shear Tech, both on facebook and fisd.




If you are planning on a bigger order I might be interested Stein,

Re: Blaster (E11) Hyperfirm...?

Posted: 08 Sep 2015, 11:38
by 78346
Not sure. The toll (mva) will be an annoyance.

Re: Blaster (E11) Hyperfirm...?

Posted: 08 Sep 2015, 11:43
by 17113
How about we make some molds and do our own rubber blasters? :P It can't be that hard!!

Re: Blaster (E11) Hyperfirm...?

Posted: 08 Sep 2015, 12:12
by 78346

Re: Blaster (E11) Hyperfirm...?

Posted: 08 Sep 2015, 12:28
by 17113
YES