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Awesome! Thanks for doing this
Who has the instruction for a Sidkit Full Metal Star Wars Episode VI (Return of the Jedi) Metal Biker Scout Pistol
http://www.archive.org/web/web.php and enter sidkit.com into the search box. Surprisingly, a good deal of stuff is still there.
However, the problem is that the Wayback Machine doesn't archive everything (especially pictures).
I did find the instructions for the Scout Pistol (without the pictures) there:
THANKS YES NO PIC. I had a copy of the doc. but can not find it.
My pleasure, bigcow - hope it helps!
Everybody, please feel free to post any Sidkit prop/model images or kit instructions in this thread or in the thread at propsummit.
Thanks for your help!
Last edited by oldzey; Feb 9, 2013 at 11:04 PM.
Thanks for e-mailing me the Biker Scout Pistol instructions, bigcow - glad you found them!
I converted them to .pdf and they have been posted.
Last edited by oldzey; Jun 6, 2009 at 12:24 PM.
One last bump for the night crew.
COOL. I glad to help.
And one last call, if anybody has Sidkit documentation or images they wish to share in the archive, then please post it at propsummit.
Last edited by oldzey; Feb 9, 2013 at 11:05 PM.
Last edited by oldzey; Nov 5, 2009 at 5:52 PM. Reason: Double Post
Can you guys explain who was this Sidkit?
Siderio something or another (not sure his last name) prop and model maker from Italy that has passed away if I'm not mistaken.
Siderio Germaino used to own Sidkit and passed on.
His sidkit.com website went down with all the images and kit instructions, so we created an archive.
Did he make his kits from screen used pieces or self scutlped? They are amazing and I remember hearing him pass away. His BR blaster is simple amazing!
And while this thread is still on-topic, I agree with you Jedifyfe, his work WAS amazing. It is a large regret of mine that I was never able to pick up his Firefly Mal pistol. He is sorely missed.
And the purpose of the archive is to catalog the props and kit instructions that were made by Sidkit as a resource for the prop community.
Again, the purpose of creating the archive was to catalog the props and kit instructions that were made by Sidkit as a resource for the prop community.