ANHTDGUY

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About ANHTDGUY

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  • Birthday 12/11/1980

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    Nerd stuff mostly. Reading various genres of books, watching movies, collector of 80's & 90's cult classic movies.
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    Doug
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  1. Yeah it was rough at times. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  2. Thank you Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  3. Helmet done aside from some weathering powder. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  4. Thanks guys!! Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  5. Non-blurry Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  6. Repairs and partial weathering complete. Well after many days and hours of nearly crying in a fetal position after my horrendous and tragic accident, I have finally completed my repairs. I added abs plastic reinforcement strips and longer screws as well. But needless to say on this day victory is mine my friends. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  7. Do the screws used for the brackets get painted white? Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  8. Should the split rivets, cod piece snaps and the right top snap be painted white or left natural? Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  9. *have Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  10. Just an update guys.... I fully habe my armor repair and am weathering the torso armor now. Will have it reassembled tomorrow. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  11. Not a problem Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  12. Here you go, both the Humbrol and matching colors for Testors. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  13. I am on the way to being fully repaired. I Will submit new pics when finished. But man..... I almost wanted to give up when it first happened. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  14. Not sure, something in the chemical composition that the abs plastic did not like. Just be sure to use super glue to secure the nuts in place. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk
  15. So today I finished assembling my back and chest armor, meaning I would not have to dissable or anything again and I decided to use thread lock on the nuts on the brackets..... Not a good idea..... The thread lock attacked and cracked and blew out the holes I drilled for my brackets. Now I must spend countless hours repairing, sanding and redrilling holes to repair my armor. The point is, if you use one of these bracketing systems for your armor, use super glue on the nuts instead of thread lock or lock tight. Hope this helps someone avoid the same mistake and problem as mine. Sent from my VS880PP using Tapatalk