1:1 Browning AN/M2, M3, FN M3M & M3P 50 Caliber Machine Gun Prop
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FIVE DIFFERENT VERSIONS!
The Browning (Army-Navy) AN/M2 was such a successful weapon that it is still in use today. Further developments led to the M3 and as well as weapons systems manufactured by Fabrique Nationale Herstal with the M3M (GAU-21) and M3P.
Included are parts to make a 1:1 prop of the above weapons. If assembled according to the instructions, most of the pieces are interchangeable so that you only have to print out 1 prop and change out accessories as you require.
You will require tools, sandpaper, drills, files, pin vices and filler and paint, but if you take your time the result will almost be indistinguishable from the real weapon. You should have an FDM printer with at least a 12" bed. You will need a few other materials such as a 1/2" copper plumbing pipe and a few small brass/copper rods noted in the instructions in order to build this prop with the same functioning parts as my M2HB design.
Note The AN-M2 is pictured with the incorrect feed cover, but the correct files are included in the package.
3D printing settings
0.2mm layer thickness. Infill 20%, but more will mean a stronger part. Wall thickness at least 4x or higher if you want extra strength.
Some small parts can be printed on a resin printer due to the detailed nature.
- 3D file format: PDF and ZIP
- Last update: 2021/03/25 at 00:31
- Publication date: 2021/01/26 at 21:30
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