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TD-4510

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  • Deployed
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    Mike
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    San Diego

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  1. This is new to me. Maybe I have been gone too long but the french cleaning pouches have been OK for PO I thought. I know for SWAT its different, but for deployed officer its always been OK for as long as I can remember. The French pouches are an affordable option that is pretty close to what was used although not exact. Stolla Wien are almost non existent. I was deployed years ago and I think I was using a french pouch at the time.
  2. I have 9 left in stock right now and going fast.
  3. Yep I had to redesign my radio faceplate and used my last box to make a mold so I can continue to offer the radio kit. I have looked all over and the box is ....gone. I will probably make a vac formed box for the other box on the back pack. The reason my boxes were $12.99 is because I was going to radioshack and buying them up all over San Diego.
  4. Tread lightly.... trooperbay.com is BACK. We are still in beta mode and we ARE processing orders on the new site. If you experience any problems please email trooper@trooperbay.com or call or text 858-437-3093
  5. Trooperbay.com is temporarily offline. I am upgrading the site and will need to do some work on it before I can make it active again. IF YOU NEED SOMETHING: You can visit my ebay store: http://stores.ebay.com/Trooperbay-Costuming-Supplies -Most everything I have is on the ebay store too. OR you can call me at 858-437-3093 or text me at the same number. I hope to have everything back online in the next week or so. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause anyone.
  6. I tried vacuum forming these a few years ago with terrible luck. Crashmanns idea would work but it would have to have decent skirting and mold work. Having it butted up end to end with decent skirting would work. You would have to cut them out and glue them together though. Another idea would be to make an injection mold. That's how they are really made originally.
  7. Here is a link to the entire build of the move along sand trooper I did. http://trooperbay.co...mtrooper-armor/
  8. Are you looking to screen print? DTG? or what? I am now doing screen printing too
  9. YES! now all you need is the XO and you are SWAT my brotha!!
  10. Well... my 2 cents... My backpack straps were just nylon webbing. I dont recommend that approach. After 4 hours of Comic-Con chest and under arms were rubbed RAW. Comparision ever had "monkey butt"??? You know that red raw burning censation.. I couldnt wait to take the pack off. Later I attached a strap that went from one strap to the next and that worked pretty good. I suggest getting padded straps and that would probably make things tolerable. You will back into and bump into alot of things and people too Wearing a backpack for a few hours trooping will be harder than you will expect and you will be glad to be rid of it. When I troop Comic-Con now I dont wear a pack. Bummer though.. I miss my mp3 radio sound effects
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