Post by Xorren Hedrasii on Apr 21, 2006 16:00:17 GMT -5
from the side view (which I have but if I posted it it wouldnt be a peek then would it? *impish grin*) they look more like the bits on Qui-Gon's saber. Which is a good thing seeing as how that is my favorite saber.
Post by Xorren Hedrasii on May 6, 2006 18:16:53 GMT -5
Ladies and Gents, I recieved my RLSA Thursday (5-04), and am extremely proud of it. It accomidates a 3/4 inch rod, has a "weathered" finish, and weighs only one pound. It has no buttons for more serious dueling effecency. The "allen" set bolt always remains flush with the rest of the saber so it doesn't get in the way of my hands (although I doubt that my hands will ever get that high). I plan on ordering a polycarbonate rod sometime in the near future. The only "modification" that I will be making will be the addition of a covertec wheel, hopefully Monday (5-08) afternoon. The great thing is that the diameter of the covertec and the size of the area on which I plan to mount it match perfectly. The dates are only for my memories, as I look back on the posts I have made. So without further ado, here's what you've all been waiting for, the picture.
Post by Xorren Hedrasii on May 7, 2006 13:52:47 GMT -5
I shall master Navilli! BTW I'm not sure if you thought if it was a Randomsaber or not, but it isn't. It was ordered custom through Rob at www.rlsasabers.com An extra glib of information, I paid a mere $80 for this fine weapon
Post by Xorren Hedrasii on May 7, 2006 19:38:13 GMT -5
Oh, I thought it was a randomsaber Nevertheless, it remains an excellent piece!
Glad I could help you clear that up LOL!
Nice saber, you should have just ask Rob to install a covertech clip for you, cause he told me as long as i paid the shipping he would install one. BTW is he starting to take custom orders now?
Oh well I can do it myself because between my father and my grandfather, I have the means to do so. I'm not sure if he is taking custom orders. I asked him to whip up a very simple saber with only 3 specifications, only one of which was a design specification. It was to put the very top of the emitter like I'd seen another one of his creations. The rest was his design.