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  1. I am currently constructing a Rogue One Sandtrooper Kyber Crystal Backpack for someone and have been taking pictures along the way. The intent of this thread is to show you where you can get the materials from and how to build this pack. As of today, I have built 5 of these. The reference photos can be found in another section of this Forum. The best place to start is with the pack frame: FRAME: You can use 2 different styles of frames for the backpack. The easiest one to locate is the Swedish LK 35. I usually can find these on Ebay. This is one I found on Ebay using the description "Swedish LK 35 Backpack". Front View: Back View: Most likely you will only be able to find these in used condition with dings and scratches. Sometimes you can get lucky and find on that had not been used. The first thing you want to do is remove the pack and shoulder straps from the pack. Frame Front View: Frame Back View: Once everything is removed, lightly sand the frame to remove any rust or corrosion. Then add a prime coat and at least 2 coats of flat or satin black spray paint. The Frame is now ready. Next will be the Grenade Box.
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