how to get your guantlets to stay still?

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panik33

New Member
hey guys
how do you get your guantlets to not pivot round your arm all day when wearing them

i thought of packing it with foam but that didnt work what do you guys do?

thanks

ron
 

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PredatrHuntr

Master Member
Get some 2-4 inch thick foam, cut it to match the size of the inside of the gaunt and it will keep it from sliding around ;)
 

Lflank

Well-Known Member
hey guys
how do you get your guantlets to not pivot round your arm all day when wearing them

i thought of packing it with foam but that didnt work what do you guys do?

thanks

ron

I cut a strip of very thick foam rubber and glued it to the inside.

If you have gravity-operated sliding blades, a little piece of thick foam stuffed inside also prevents the blades from sliding in and out when you don't want them to.
 

VinMan

Sr Member
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I cut a strip of very thick foam rubber and glued it to the inside.

If you have gravity-operated sliding blades, a little piece of thick foam stuffed inside also prevents the blades from sliding in and out when you don't want them to.

Insert long wooden spikes through the underside of the gauntlet into your arm...

...oh wait a sec, that would leave a mark.
 

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Lazrith

New Member
Another option would be to take some velcro and attach it to the bottom half of your gauntlet (assuming its a 2-part gaunt) in a way that you can strap the bottom part to your arm prior to attaching the top, or put the velcro on the top etc.
 

4505marcel

Active Member
Another option would be to take some velcro and attach it to the bottom half of your gauntlet (assuming its a 2-part gaunt) in a way that you can strap the bottom part to your arm prior to attaching the top, or put the velcro on the top etc.

Thats actually a really good idea bro, gunna use that one, as the top half of my guants are attached with earth magnets. Gunna have my blades on magnets aswell so can take them out swap them for longer ect when I like
 

ShawDizzle

New Member
once again another future problem im sure i was looking at being resolved before i even get there...i love this web site
 

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Usurper

Well-Known Member
I changed my guantlet config because of this, i did not want big bulky guantlets, as the P1 was streamlined. so instead of the packing alot of people use , i managed to find someone who sold Latex gauntlet bottoms.

i then trimmed them down as much as i could and glued the resin tops on them, they fit extremely snug now and would not swing around even if i swung my arms around like a demented human windmill on speed.

just another option for you.
 

elliot117

New Member
Find a crappy watch that isnt bulky or chunky (got hundreds wiv me in the u.k lmao) and fix the faace to the gaunt and make sure the watch isnt to tight but definately slim fit? just a suggestion lol
 

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