Good thing I like problem solving cause without the standard kit, because this thing was a monster to put together. Though after it was done it is SO MUCH BETTER than mk 7.1
I took apart my old dessert pigeon (which was broken) and started printing this thing the hour the files were released. I just now got time to post a make.
I absolutely love the new battery box, I will now be using this more often. Additionally the trigger doesn't squeak/break after three uses. The new field stripping relieves frustrations of fine tuning the blaster as well as clearing really bad jams.
This thing is THE LIFE, I loved the dessert pigeon but this new USP style looks better :D :D :D
Problems I saw in putting this thing together was that as of today the pusher arm slot was a mm or 2 too small, but that went away with the magical swoop of the dremel. Also, the mag release spring was iffy and I didn't want to use glue so I cut down a spring I had and attached it to the lever with a .25" pan head. I also wish that the slide had a little more play in it so that it could glide along the rails more easily. As of now I have spent hours sanding down my trigger pull to a buttery smooth pull, but when I engage the slide there is a lot of friction on the slide because of rails not being straight.
P.S. we need more guns without clam shell designs JUST LIKE THIS!!!
THANK YOU HEATH!!!!!!!!
Overall I think that I am going to love this blaster, I need to make a holster for it so that I can pull it out in cqb situations. This was my dream pistol cause my nerf wars are month long hitman competitions, and If I get attacked in the parking lot of target then I can just pull this thing out and demolish :)
I still have yet to get a 1" spring for the trigger and find a rubber band for the slide.
Good day to you all :)
Inland Black and White, Orange chinese filament I got for free PLA
I do more perimeter when needed and less infill, 10%