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  1. Looking to achieve PO certification

    Currently doing the tube stripes, does this look right? R = 13 stripes L = 16 stripes
  2. Looking to achieve PO certification

    After seeing some of the previous applicants, I think both is acceptable? Yes sir, my current blue is almost similar to Sky Blue but yeah am planning to strip the current paint scheme once I've finished building the new radio kit.
  3. Looking to achieve PO certification

    Also will there be any issues with using these snaps on the shoulder strap or should I replace with the sew-on ones?
  4. Looking to achieve PO certification

    Yeah noticed. Hope this works.
  5. Looking to achieve PO certification

    I know I would need a new radio but besides that is my pack worthy for PO approval?
  6. Looking to achieve PO certification

    Thanks for the info Jason. Will make the changes.
  7. Looking to achieve PO certification

    Thanks Jason. Yeah been around quite awhile and decided to take the costume up a notch. Here are some of the upgrades I made following as per Level 2 CRL requirements. Any comments/advise is much appreciated. Will post more soon. Image1 - Specific ammo pouches. Reproduction or original MP-40 ammo pouches are generally considered canon, made in either canvas or leather. Other acceptable names/designs include Stolla Wien, and the once common “Norwegian” green MP-40 pouches Image2 - Three or four “teeth” cut out on either side of helmet “frown” may be cut out. This detail is often referred to as a “Stunt” helmet variation, in addition to the flat green lenses.Frown must be painted gray and must not leave the teeth area. Image3 - Correct Hovi-Mix mic tips. Image4 - Ammo box cover, and conical disk affixed to left side of thumb grip area. Image5 - Rivets on the left side of the Abdomen / Kidney Armor: A total of (6) rivets with three on the abdomen and three on the kidney. The rivets have to be painted white. Rivets are equally spaced out along the depth of the armor and about 10mm from the edge. Image6 - One snap on the top right hand side of the Abdomen Armor: Back of male side of snap shows on outside of Abdomen Armor. Image7 - Visible fasteners under lower Codpiece center area include one split rivet or brad in the front. Fasteners need not be functional. Visible fasteners under lower Codpiece center area includes two (or 3) male snaps in the back. Fasteners need not be functional. Image8 - Flat green helmet lenses, made from lighting gel material, green welder’s mask face shield, acetate, or similar product.
  8. Hello fellow troopers! I am currently in the process of upgrading my current basic TD for Level 2 certification. Looking around for mentors for guidance and to check if I am currently on the right path. Any help is truly appreciated
  9. Request 501st or Sandtrooper Section Access

    Daniel Wong TD 6316 http://501st.com/members/displaymember.php?userID=13767&costumeID=2 Requesting access.