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  1. First of all, let me start with a huge Thank You to everyone that has already purchased a Blaster from us. We are so glad to hear that you are pleased with our work. Keep those reviews and pictures of you trooping with our blasters coming! Secondly, let me say that we are still up and running and working hard to bring you guys more options and newer blasters. We have been a bit overworked in our real jobs lately and haven't been able to devote as much time as would like. Hopefully that will let up soon. Thirdly, let me give you an update of where we are: 1.The ANH E-11 (M38 and M19) blasters are still being made and shipped. (albeit at a little slower pace due to work) 2. We released the Rogue One E-11 and it was well received We want you to know that we do listen to you guys. We try our best to give you want you want. Case in point: the R1 E-11 comes with a metal D-ring that actually swivels. It also comes with a hollow scope rail. We are very happy with this one. And Finally , let me offer an update on the DLT-19. It's being prepped for molding still. I know, it's not as fast as we'd like either. But, it'll be worth the wait. We ask for patience and a little faith lol. Thanks again to everyone that has purchased, is purchasing now, or plans to in the future. We couldn't do it without you guys.
  2. Yes, the DLT19 will come with the t-track and disk molded in. The feeder box will be molded into the feeder tray cover (which will be a separate piece for a better product) And the charging handle will be included with the blaster, not an optional accessory. I'm pretty excited about this new blaster . In the post there were a few things that I never liked and wanted changed . Now, we have the opportunity to make those changes and bring you guys the best DLT19 that we can. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. The Praetorian Blasters Rogue One E-11 (or PBRROE11 for short) will be ready for sale by this weekend So... That means we can get back on the PB DLT-19 project Stay tuned, this one should be very quick... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. And a quick video... Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. BTW- here's a pic of almost half of this weekend's blaster orders. the rest will be done tomorrow and go out by tuesday.
  6. Vandal, you ol' necro-poster you. I thought this thread had died in the last 8 years LOL. but,to answer your question, no. I used acrylic craft paint and just let it dry. Yes, sections wear off and I think it looks better when it does. Much more natural than airbrushed weathering IMHO. BTW- I think I sold that costume less than a year later due to some bad financial issues.
  7. These will be like the ANH E-11 (and the Rogue One E-11 that's coming very soon) They will all be available on the website Although, we may offer up completed blasters directly on the forums in the future Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. It's not really going to be a "Run" per se, we will add these to the available blasters on our website. We plan on getting these going as soon as the Rogue One E-11 is in production. We are a two man team, and this is something we are doing in our spare time ( and neither of us have an abundance of that LOL)
  9. Very informative introductory post. I'm looking forward to this project and answering any questions that John didn't cover above. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Thank you It looks like we will have to du two build threads One here for the standard DLT-19 And one over there fir the DLT-19A Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Sorry if I confused people. Those aren't rubber Those are real metal MG-34s. We will combine the two into the best version we can get and use that as the base for the DLT-19 master. We will mold that and then cast them in rubber. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. Oh ok, is there a detachment for them ? Postmortem01 and I are planning on offering both the Sandtrooper version and the Rogue One version in rubber , but we want to make sure the details are correct . Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I don't see any reason why we wouldn't at least notch the fins so you can add the wire, or even have the wires on when it ships. I'll have to talk with John about it. however, the two wires next to the bipod mount will not be possible as we can't cast it with the holes being open . we may have to fudge it a little there or see what else can be done
  14. if you like the E-11, wait til you see what's coming... hint: