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TD41873 Requesting Deployment

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Reduced the neck-lines, adjusted arm piece...…….

**Cover strips are uniformed to front, and with shin pieces, wanted to keep it all looking the same, hope that's ok?

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Apparently when Michael and I were putting together this kit the new "sewn on buttons on the shoulder strap" was not considered, we were going off of what was required when he was a Deployment Officer.....

 

not sure how to accomplish this but will figure it out

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Nice Bapty! :duim:

Sewing those snaps to the elastic is really no big deal. 

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just can't see how one sews a metal snap to elastic.....?

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ok.....maybe Tuesday....lol

not much of a seamstress….lol

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hopefully I have added all that you'll need...….thank you again for your patients 

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I'm on vacation until Sunday, then I'll look at the request quickly.

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Hello Jason,

welcome for your second review - so, let´s start:

 

Application Review

Name: Jason Elliott

Legion ID: 41873

Forum Name: jelliott

Garrison: Sothern California Garrison

 

Helmet

a. Green lenses: Are those mirrored lenses in the helmet? Please show a pic with some light shining through from the inside.

b. Paint color of traps / tears: check

c. Correct number of teeth: check

d. Mic tips: check

e. Vocoder color: check

f. Tube stripes: check

g. Rank bar on ears: check

h. Brow: check

i. Side screws (ears): check

j. Weathering: check

k. no mesh: check

RESULT ON HELMET

- pending -

 

Armor details

a. Elastic straps shoulders: check

b. Neck seal: check

c. Black undersuit: check

d. Shoulder bells: check

e. Biceps: check

f. Forearms: check

g. Pauldron: check

h. Chest / back plate: check

i. Kidney / butt plate: check 

j. Ab plate / side rivets / cod: check

k. Strapping system: check

l. Thighs: see comments

m. shins / calves: see comments

n. sniper plate: check

o. boots: check

p. gloves: check

q. hand plates / guards: check

r. ammo belt (waist): check

s. ammo belt (right knee): check

t. canvas belt: check

u. pouches: check

v. weathering: check

- the coverstripes are a bit to wide. Normal width is 2cm - 2,5 cm. If it is possible, please reduce it. Was there a change?

- The neckline at the thighs/shins is already very large. Was there a change?

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RESULT ON Armor

- pending -

 

 

Backpack

a. details: see comments

b. weathering: check

Comments:

- what happened to your radio? Anything new? Please post new pics.

 

RESULT ON BACKPACK

- pending -

 

Weapon

a. details: check

b. weathering: check

RESULT ON WEAPONS

check and cleared

 

Ok, some changes are done but not all. Please correct the rest.

At least, post pics in full armor with all done changes, thanks.

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as for the backpack that was how it was received from Michael Leo Ramirez "Scribbler"  

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**Cover strips are uniformed to front, and with shin pieces, wanted to keep it all looking the same, hope that's ok?

 

To be honest I'm a little surprised it is this difficult.....Michael and I put this together with the specific specifications  to be deployed, with him being a deployment officer and CO I thought we nailed it. 

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also does it matter that my fourm name and full mane is misspelled?

jelliott

Jason Elliott

Southern California Garrison 

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Jason, what is the proplem?
- the coverstripes are too wide - fact.
Front and back to avoid misunderstandings. Who has helped build does not matter.
- The cut is too big at the back of the shins and thighs - Fact.
You always show the same pictures, we want to see new ones with the changes.
And what do you want to tell me with the misspelled name? I always take this from the Topic post to make no mistakes myself.
I have corrected it .... it was not intentional.
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Look at a movie pic - you know, what i mean?
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