Modified MR Stormtrooper Blaster (E-11)

ALLEY

Sr Member
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A few years ago, I picked up a Master Replicas “Stormtrooper Blaster” (aka E-11) from a fellow board member that was sans paperwork, plaque, or display stand. This was great as it allowed me to modify it without the guilt of destroying a collector’s piece.

I lightly weathered the piece, removed the orange plug, replaced the stock scope rail, added the cylinders over the clip housing, and mounted an original Hengstler counter.

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AJK001

Sr Member
Very nice. I still have mine in the original box having only opened once when I received it from MR. I like what you did with yours but wouldn't want to mess up the collector value to make the same changes.
 

russellsch

Sr Member
How did you mount the counter? I've got a replica counter, but am not sure the best way to mount it without causing damage (like glueing).
 

jkno

Master Member
Great job, looks fantastic MR E-11 is a very cool and pretty accurate piece, too bad their released version is so bare bones. Wish they had released their proto with all the greeblies on it.

How did you mount the counter? I've got a replica counter, but am not sure the best way to mount it without causing damage (like glueing).
You can make a T-shaped metal bracket to hold the Hengstler counter, this is how I did it for my conversion. You can attach it to the holes of the scope rail and you can use double tape for the counter or screws. :)

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