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Cantina Craig

My newly weathered T-21 :-)

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Hey guys.

I bought one of Blaster 8266's awesome T-21's last year, and Britannia Patrol's very own Sir Dave has just finished an amazing weathering job on it for me. Sadly he says it may be his last job. I hope not, Dave Harris is one seriously talented man :-)

Here are few photos of the newly weathered weapon back with me on my workbench. I'm almost too scared to troop it now, it looks so good, ha ha :-)

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Very nice!

*Anthony's T-21s (and pouches) are always highly recommended. I've bought 2 from him in the past! :td:
:thumbsup:

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Dave's paint work really is superb. Shame he is hanging up his brush. I've studied a few of his gun mod threads, but I'm a pale imitation by comparison.

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Drool worthy stuff. Ill have a word with Dave guys, ill convince him not to throw in the brush just yet ;)

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This may double post - if so, my apologies...

What did you use for the ribbing on the barrel? 1/4" Irrigation line? If so, did you just glue each ring and leave the seam on the bottom of the barrel?

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As stated the blaster is from Blaster8266 so ask him directly if you want answers, he might let you in on secrets, what do I know? ;)

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For anyone else researching a T-21 build. Paint wouldn't stick to the clear vinyl tubing I was trying to use.

I ended up getting 1/4" black fuel line from the plumbing aisle at Lowes. The writing on the side of the fuel line will come off with a little acetone. I glued the ends together with 1/4" dowels and E6000.

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Wow!!!!!! Amazing weapon given a huge boost! Does the magician of the brush offer any painting tutorials anywhere?

Regards

T

A

Z

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