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Name: Vincent WilliamLegion ID #: TD-17778Call sign: m4vrickGarrison: Garuda Garrison IndonesiaTrooper Emulated: Cantina Captain Hello all, this be my SWAT submission. Please bear with me. 2) Post at least two, nice sized, clear photos of you in your armor at various angles. These photos will be used, in part, to determine if your weathering is satisfactory. Move along... move along Member must currently be deployed as an MEPD Police Officer to be considered. - yes Weathering must be appropriate to screen used armor. Too little or too much weathering will not be allowed. - yes Pack, pauldron, and weapon combinations must match a specific trooper a seen on screen. - yes Pauldron, canvas belt, MP40 pouches: 3. Side pictures & some weathering shots: That's not the middle... i swear... Removed the decals on the Sonix radio Right bell weathering: Back weathering: Left bicep weathering: 4. Chest weathering: Chest weathering reference: 3. Bucket & some references: Side bucket reference: 4. Backpack m4vrick backpack research & build: Additions: Adjusted the shotgun shells on the backpack Revised the weathering on the brexton box. Weathering should be on the bottom, not on the sides. 5. Weapon: DLT-19 References: 6. Misc: canvas strap, shoes, latex gloves, green lenses: Thank you all... constructive criticisms are always welcomed. Sincerely hope you all enjoyed that. Move along... move along...
Hello one and all! This is Kristen Bowes from Garrison Carida and I have come across an issue with my TD. I have come to the assembling part of my TD and i'm trying to find a way to correctly fit my ATA armor. The problem I am having is with my chest and ab plate armor. Me being 5''4 with a shorter torso, the chest plate covers a good portion of the ab plate, including the two buttons. Should I trim the chest at the bottom removing the return or is there another way to do it? Would a shorter chest affect if I wanted to apply for SWAT status eventually? Any help would be very much appreciated. -Kristen Bowes