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Trooper_trent

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Umm... Thanks? Honestly, my goal is to make something that's instantly identifiable as a training remote, even if it's not 100% accurate. That, and I'm trying to keep the build as cheap as possible, so that rules out ordering things online (not that I would do that anyway), kits, and cast or 3-D printed parts.
Dude my first one, the original floating one I did back in like 2008 was craft foam, thumb tacks, bic pen ends, chapstick caps, and the lids to those little bottles of bubbles they hand out at weddings to blow at the bride and groom instead of throwing rice. LOL
 

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Mara Jade's Father

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Here was my BrundelFly remote with Richie's Armor paint job. I displayed it on a decorative Christmas ornament display and fishing line. This was unfortunately stolen in 2003 with some other replicas during a military move.

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This is my Master Replicas remote. It is displayed in a Target Halloween display I picked up on clearance for $6 with a custom knob made by Trooper_trent.

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v312

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Does anyone know which chrome rim have nuts around the center hole and which does not on the original remote?

Most of of the reference pictures I've seen show the remote from the same side so I could only see 3 or 4 of them clearly
 

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