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Hausi

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About Hausi

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    Deployment Officer

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    SWAT
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    Urs

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    21027
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    German Garrison

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  1. Hausi

    Cutting Forearm Length

    It depends on what you are aiming for with your build. For Level 2 certification (Police Officer) you can cut it. If you are going for Level 3 (SWAT) it might become a problem as it has to have the same amount of indentations as the trooper you would be emulating.
  2. Hi Jeff, welcome and thank you for your interest in joining the MEPD´s finest. It´s the common practise that applicants post all their pics in their application threads, posting a link only will not suffice. I was interested in having a look at your pictures but the link made me download all your pics and still I couldn´t access them. I suggest uploading your pics to a pictures hosting website of your preference, e.g. imgur, picload, flickr or whichever that allows you to upload them and finally copy them into your application thread.
  3. Hi Francisco, first of all: my knick name/forum name isn´t "Gausi" but "Hausi" As there are still some points to address, I won´t write another complete review yet but give you a little more time to get these things dealt with. The colour of your seedtrays and bottles looks good now and it´s really an improvement that you have painted those screws as they don´t stand out that much any longer. Your pack is good to go. As far as the gap between kidney and abdomen is concerned... it seems to me that you have just posted the pics from your basic approval: The screws in the lower returnedge at the bottom of the chest are suddenly missing and the chest is also sitting too high in comparison with the abdomen. Moreover this time the waist ammobelt is actually sitting a little too low, I would suggest using snaps to assure the ammobelt stays where it is supposed to be. I will have to ask you to put on your armor once again. Unfortunately you got me wrong about the Sniper knee plate. You have cut down the knee ammobelt which is okay but the sniper knee plate is still too thick. Have a look at the following pics in which I have encircled the knee plates: You have already done a very good job with the backpack and I think the other points will be a piece of cake for you, so keep up the good work! I´m looking forward to seeing the new pics of your improved gear. Cheers mate.
  4. Hausi

    Road Block Pack 1 Build

    Just to clarify this, the Sandiecomms radio is SWAT clearable as well, you don't necessarily need to upgrade. All of the above mentioned are great replicas.
  5. Hey Paul, welcome and thank you for your interest in becoming an MEPD-deployed officer. The MESP and the hunters are always in need of new recruits! Great work mate, love that backpack and blaster... yeah, the rest looks great too. Let´s get things started: Application Review: Part 1 Name: Paul S. Legion ID: TD-28216 Forum Name: Duden15 Garrison: German Garrison Helmet a. Green lenses: check b. Paint color of traps / tears: check c. Correct number of teeth: check d. Mic tips: check e. Vocoder color: check f. Tube stripes: check g. Rank bar on ears: check h. Brow: check i. Side screws (ears): check j. Weathering: check *additional comments* No mesh, good helmet, nothing more to say. RESULT ON HELMET Checked & Cleared Armor details a. elastic straps shoulders: check b. neck seal: check c. black undersuit: check d. shoulder bells: check e. biceps: check f. forearms: check g. pauldron: check h. chest / back plate: check i. kidney / butt plate: check j. ab plate / side rivets / cod: check k. strapping system: check l. thighs: check m. shins / calves: check n. sniper plate: check o. boots: check p. gloves: check q. hand plates / guards: check r. ammo belt (waist): check s. ammo belt (right knee): check t. canvas belt: check u. pouches: check v. weathering: check *additional comments* I think your forearms look just a tad bit short but nothing to hinder your approval. Have to admit that I have never before seen somebody put foam inside the abdomen to fill it. RESULT ON ARMOR Checked & Cleared Backpack a. details: check b. weathering: check *additional comments* Great pack! RESULT ON BACKPACK Checked & Cleared Weapon a. details: check b. weathering: check *additional comments* That T-21 looks good! …especially knowing that it is completely scratchbuilt. RESULT ON WEAPON Checked & Cleared Paul, this was your first and final review (except you decide to go for SWAT , seeing your work I would strongly suggest taking this next step). Your gear looks great and you are a worthy addition to the ranks of the MEPD´s finest, be proud of yourself! I salute you mate… As I have no blue milk here at the moment, I´ll have a beer, Prost! You have successfully followed the guidelines in regards to the MEPD CRL and have met all requirements. Please send the pic you want to use to Luis (Sandman Tigui) and we'll get you squared away. We will have your updated information uploaded into the MEPD system very soon. Congratulations on becoming a Deployed Officer of the MEPD! Cheers mate! Hausi - MEPD Deployment Officer
  6. Hausi

    Duden15 Backpack Build (Pack 3)

    Attaching the shoulder pouch isn't such a big deal, use the loop on the canvas pouch to slide the backpack strap through, then secure it using a snap (I used one which I could attach with a screw as the material on the strap was too thick). Looking forward to seeing your application.
  7. Hausi

    Duden15 Backpack Build (Pack 3)

    Truly beautiful. I guess I will take your pack as an inspiration how to improve my own pack. The only thing I see room for improvement is the area on the mortar tube with the paintruns (or glue... whatever it was), it looks a little blotchy. Furthermore I would move the tape on the lower tray on the side where the syphon is mounted a little further down.
  8. Hausi

    TD-18969 (DarthStevius) Tour of Duty

    Holy shit, is that an Ion Canon?? Great pics!
  9. Hausi

    Duden15 Backpack Build (Pack 3)

    Looks great but the mortartube is still way too long, at least compared to the screnngrab.
  10. Hausi

    Road Block Pack 1 Build

    Wow, looks like they've always been black, nicely done, keep us posted on how the colour is holding up. I have only spraypainted mine...
  11. Hausi

    Duden15 Backpack Build (Pack 3)

    Oh don't worry about that, your pack is going to pass for PO with flying colours mate, it's an awesome pack. I was just trying to make suggestions so you can spare some time and additional work should you decide to go for SWAT.
  12. Hausi

    Duden15 Backpack Build (Pack 3)

    Then no labpipe will be needed, check these pics: Sorry but this is a little confusing, are you planning to do the Move Along Captain then?
  13. Hausi

    Duden15 Backpack Build (Pack 3)

    I thought you were going for the cantina captain because of the weathering of your chest piece. That pack has the lab pipe. The Move Along pack didn't have it. I guess we can assume that those were actually the same same pack, except for the labpipe and some adjustments that might have been made during filming. We can't say for sure whether the frame was bend further for the Move Along pack, maybe it was just the camera angle that made the alley check/cantina captain pack look straight.
  14. Hausi

    Duden15 Backpack Build (Pack 3)

    Looking good already but I would try to lift it up even further. Something else: as I assume you are building this pack to SWAT level standards, I would suggest shortening the top end of the mortar tube. Have a closer look at RoCKo's pic and at this application: There you can find even more details which should be considered.
  15. Hausi

    Road Block Pack 1 Build

    Looking very good, glad you left the endcap complete on the upper side, you got it perfectly right, nice work!
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