Tuesday, July 29, 2008

More mods...

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6 Comments:

Blogger Andrew said...

I like your idea with the shoulder straps - I might do that myself.

10:36 AM  
Blogger plasta said...

Hey Andrew... Thx for visiting and for the link at your blog...

I ve been posting pictures of the final modifications to my armor, but havent find the time to write the text on it...

Anyway... This canvas shoulder straps are modifications you need to have to become a TD and part of the Mos Eisley Police Department TD Detachment...

Thanks for you comments and will be visiting your blog...

Saludos.

10:51 AM  
Blogger Andrew said...

I didn't realize that the canvas was required for MEPD status. I mainly need something to actually keep my shoulder bells from falling off, that just seems like it'll be an easy option.

8:04 PM  
Blogger plasta said...

Its is a good option to secure the shoulder bells to the shoulder straps.

If you are doing a TD, I would suggest you to try these canvas straps... cause that would be more accurate. Anyway, if you are staying TK, I would say stay with the ribbed plastic straps...

Either way, I have used this system for two years now and had no problem so far. Use industrial Strength velcro in any case to improve results...

Be cool!

8:26 AM  
Blogger Andrew said...

I'm sticking with a TK, but what I'm thinking (because I just glued the entire top together) is to sew up a canvas thing for underneath the ribbed plastic, and just glue that on underneath, with a snap to secure the bells in place. Hm...

9:39 AM  
Blogger plasta said...

Sounds good to me. Ive seen that mod in several troopers and I think it should work quiet well...

Good luck my friend!

Saludos.

12:12 PM  

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