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ASP vs Initiate 6 months 3 days ago #70258

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Noob question here and I apologize upfront but thankful for your help. If I buy an Initiate Emerald Knight is that the same as buying the asp version. I can take apart the initiate the same I could the asp?
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ASP vs Initiate 6 months 2 days ago #70263

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Yep. It's made with ASP parts so you could buy and Emerald Knight and other asp parts to swap and create a whole new saber.
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ASP vs Initiate 6 months 2 days ago #70265

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Initiate hilts are probably like other pre-made sabers - pre-aligned and threadlocked. Initiate Emerald Knight probably won't come apart without some serious torque that'll mar the surface, or high-heat that'll discolor the anodizing.
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ASP vs Initiate 6 months 2 days ago #70266

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Ah OK don't know what is the right answer. I was trying to avoid en email to sales about it.
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ASP vs Initiate 6 months 2 days ago #70279

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CAN you take them apart? Yes.

Initiates DO have the glue on the threads, same as higher tiers.
ASP is piece by piece, no glue.
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