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Super great quality, and easy to put together! I got mine without the finish, but I painted it black. Love the details on it that make it look battle worn.

Amber Bainter

Client, via Etsy

Very well made, good support from the creator, would highly recommend any of his products.

Aaron

Client, via Etsy

Fallout: New Vegas NCR Cosplay Helmet Assembly Guide

Fallout: New Vegas NCR Cosplay Helmet Assembly Guide

These will be the steps taken to assemble a cleaned up NCR helmet kit from our Etsy shop. Roll over images for a caption. Click on images for a larger view. What your kit contains. In the following images you will see the items that come in the Trimmed and Raw kits: One helmet (trimmed or raw cast, prices will vary on kit) Red or Green lenses, customers choice. Real gas mask hose with front pipe fitting (already attached), rear fitting, and mounting hardware Gas mask canister with hardware com box/light box with two “L” brackets and hardware for attachment One spotlight with LED housing Trimmed helmet Main Accessory kit Untrimmed helmet Beginning Assembly For this tutorial, we’ll be concentrating on assembling the trimmed kit available for purchase. The same assembly pertains to the non-trimmed kit as well. The trimmed kit will have the lens area cut out, neck ring trimmed, com box trimmed, and com/light box trimmed and dry fitted. It’s best to dry fit everything before painting and final assembly to make sure everything lines up properly. After you have painted the helmet itself, the best piece to start with is the com/light box. Assembling Com/Light Box There are two ways to attach the com/light box: you can either glue it on or bolt it on with the included hardware (two L brackets and screw/nuts). There are screw holes just marked and not drilled, so you can do either. The com/light box will fit on the right side on the side platform. I have marked on the helmet and the com box with silver dots showing where to drill for the screw...