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Grempelp

airsoft colt replica

by Grempelp Jul 11, 2017
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Does it really work?

Where can i buy the springs ?

Can I ask what you modelled this from? Any idea where someone could find schematics to look at to model a gbb version?

look at the last file, it is an Autodesk 123D design (.123dx) file . I hope it helps you further. Sorry for the late reply.

is it blowback or springer?

So then it is a springer?

Very good and easy to assemble is working perfectly!

Hey do you have a link for the barrel and the springs that you used ?

Nice work mate!

Such good work but so many parts fail to load in the slicer. Downloaded a few times on both my PC & laptop, tried on both but still fails to load such as small parts like the trigger etc... :( was really looking forward to this project - something different & a bit of fun

I'm so sad that is not gb

Is there an assemble guide? Looks very complicated :-)

Hi there,
Is it possible to get the design file, for Autodesk Fusion?
I would love to alter the meshes to create modded designer parts!

Have almost fully made this, all parts printed except the springs and screws, I’m a little concerned about the mag and how it loads BB's into the gun, there seems to be no mechanism to do this. However once i get the springs and some BB's i will test it out.

Be warned this print will use allot of filament! Make sure to print slowly to gain most accurate prints, and to make sure you print all parts that are under stress with 100% fill

Did you get the spring etc and do you have a link where to buy

Nice work! Where the other Parts?

Why don't you have every part included as an .stl?

All parts are included. I just finished printing and now only need to get the correct springs and screws then I can start assembly.
Only problem is I have no idea where I am going to find those exact springs from maybe if I canabalise some electronics I might find some of them lol