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  1. Well, I figured it was about time that I officially become a part of MEPD. I have always wanted to be a Sandtrooper and since I now have the packs down, I think I am ready to go for it. I am going to post my progress on here so people can review and let me know how I am doing. While I have built over 75 packs in 1 year, I have only done a few armor sets. Of course, I will have to build as if I am going for SWAT, so accuracy and detail are going to be very important to me. This will not be a rushed build. I figured since many build threads have been lost, I could make this one very informative so it could possibly assists others with their first builds. I just received my armor today from Jason Hill. He makes excellent armor and he also provides many of the pieces for the packs that I build. Armor: Jason Hill Pack: Crookknight's Imperial Trooper Packs Boots: Crow Props - Giovanni Rodriguez Pouches - Crow Props - Giovanni Rodriguez Pauldron - Crow Props - Giovanni Rodriguez Replica Sonic 75 Radio - SandieComms - Ian Havenhand DLT-19 - Hyperfirm T-21 - Custom Build (not by me) Here is the package I received today:
  2. Hello all! I'm new to all this. I am currently getting my kit ready for 501st approval and then I can try for the MEPD. I am having trouble getting my boots to stay under my shin armor. I can squish the boots and make them narrower and tuck them under the shin plates but as soon as I walk they just pop out. I thought about getting different boots like white Dr. Martins but I know they are not correct. Is anyone else having this issue? Are there Chelsea boots around that hug your ankle very tight and would not cause the issue I am having? Check out the attached pic for a visual of the problem. Many thanks.
  3. Good morning,

    is it possible, to send you the pics for the PO gallery?

    Thanks, Thomas

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    2. bigwam

      bigwam

      Hi, great!

      I will send you th pics from me and my son for the Police Officer gallery:

      http://www.mepd.net/mepd-police-officers/

      So, i send the pics to the same adress like the adress from the certificates?

      Regards, Thomas

    3. SCRIBBLER

      SCRIBBLER

      Yes, that is correct! Sounds good!

    4. bigwam

      bigwam

      Great, i will do so! Thanks so much!

       

  4. So I found this supply list on the FISD page; Elastic- 1 inch wide black for shoulder bells, etc. (4 ft.) 2 inch wide white for ab/back plate shoulder connection (1 ft.), 1 inch wide white for drop boxes, (1 ft.) 1/4 inch wide white (1 ft.) for shoulder straps. Nylon strapping- 1 inch wide black, at least 6 to 8 ft. long. 2 inch wide black (48 inches) for high tension areas if you are using the double snap method. (NP) Before I go out and buy all this nylon and elastic. I wanted to know how these supplies might vary for a sand trooper build since our belts and shoulder straps are both different from a white armor build.
  5. Hey all!!! Long time no talk. Don't think I'm not watching you just because I'm not on the forums. Every time I see a TD anywhere online or in public it does me proud. I beam knowing I had a little bitty part in the great history you all are still building in the MEPD... the greatest detachment in the Legion!!! I'm logging back on today to ask you all — my brothers in the dirt — for help of sorts. Tye "Wolfman" O'Dell and I are hoping to build another kind of armor: namely Warhammer 40k Space Marine armor. But we're not gonna be able to do it at all unless we get some help funds wise. So, I've set up this Indiegogo campaign and I would be SO APPRECIATIVE if you would all consider donating SOMETHING to it! $5, $10, $25, anything would help. If you just got the grand reward from Lord Vader for finding the droids... then feel free to chip in $1,000. Here's the link again to the campaign... http://igg.me/at/WH40kSpaceMarines/ I will say thank you ahead of time for any help you might give! And I'll be sure and be posting back on here with links to builds and stuff when (Lord willing) we get it going. Until then, let the sun always be on your back and the sand always outside of your bucket!
  6. I had purchased a custom, hand crafted neck seal from SID and have to say it's not only beautifully crafted, it's also one of the most comfortable things I've ever worn. Thanks Man!!!
  7. I am new and would like some help getting started. Where can i find Armore. I am very mechanically inclinded but i cannot make plastic! Is there a good resource to fins parts to get started? Any help would be appriciated. I live in IL and would like to see if there is a local goup that is part of your department. Thanks
  8. Hey everyone! I am almost done with my '76 style TE2 Move Along Sandtrooper, so while I wait for a final mod and to be cleared as SWAT team member, I got some picts taken by a professional photographer in an studio. Here are some picts of the armor, and of some details... Ill be uploading a few more later this week. I really like how they turned out! Let me know what you think... Saludos. Juan