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I'm just so proud, I wanted to post up here as well. 



Big thanks to Krookknight for sending me some of the 3d printed parts.


And yes, I did flip the top boxes to be the right way.

More pictures of me wearing it to come.

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On 1/26/2018 at 8:47 PM, henselmonster said:



On 1/27/2018 at 3:43 AM, bigwam said:



On 1/27/2018 at 4:15 AM, Hausi said:

Nice work!:duim:

Lol! Thanks guys. I really appreciate it! 

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So I just wanted to show off. This is how it breaks down for easy transport.


This is a size comparison to my Heavy Weapons Trooper pack. It's a little smaller. 

Weighs about 10 pounds which is not bad. I think I can get it even litter by replacing some of the wood parts with foam.

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I just love Rogue One so much I decided to make the other pack as well. 

Parts -

I've got the frame, ammo box and the cord that runs up the antenna. 

I have a medium LC-1 alice pack and I was hoping it would work, but I'm looking at the differences and there are just too many for me to be happy. So I ordered  the large LC-2 with what should be the correct straps.

I still need the fishing rod, I think I'm going to try to find someone in the stores here, it won't be screen accurate but I really don't want to order from the UK and wait two weeks for it.

I've ordered yhe idye poly in brown and black. I don' have a big enough pot to heat up the water in, so I'll have to get something for that.

I've got some foam for inside the bag, but I'll need more.

I messaged for the hook greeble so I should have that ordered soon as well. 

The bed shouldn't be too hard to make. Finding the right fabric and dyeing it may be difficult. 

I'm hoping to be able to accomplish the orange on the sholder with the spray paint I already have.

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On 2/21/2018 at 4:00 PM, Airborne Trooper said:

You can use your washing machine if it's a top load but you need to run a few cycles when you're done. 

Thanks, I might just do that. You think I should boil the water on the stove top then pour it in the washing machine?


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I got the buckles in and one of them is smaller than the others. 


Personally, I like the smaller one better. I thought about complaining to the supplier and trying to get more small ones but in the end decided to just use what they sent me. 


What do you guys think?

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