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Blowback and shell ejecting rubber band gun (Sig Sauer P226)

Creation's quality: 4.5/5 (10 votes)
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3D model description

Non plus ultra of rubber band guns are models with realistic blowback and shell ejection function. They are not easy to build, require great skill and patience. But now that has changed:

I converted my wooden SigSauer P226 build so that it suitable for 3D print now. In addition, I prepared 25-page assembly instructions.

Check how it works:

Click here for assembly video:

Assembly PDF:

3D printing settings

Stock Ender v3, Stronghero3d PET-G filament, about 60mm/s and 0.16mm layers.

About 35h of print.

20% infill for big parts
100% infill for the small mechanical parts

About 3-4h assembly.

3D printer file information

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  • Last update: 2020/02/11 at 19:51
  • Publication date: 2020/01/26 at 18:03





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I've been following your Facebook and Youtube channels for a while now. I love your work in wood but I can't quite replicate your detail and accuracy so I thought I'd download this to print on my Ender 3. So far its coming out well. Thanks again for all the hard work and the inspiration to try something new.

Hey man i saw your replicas i really want one but im not the type that likes to work :P can you build one for me i will pay more just say how much more

I printed all parts with Standart cura supports everywhere and brims.

But I allready got feedback that supports not needed at some points. F.e. for the slide rails. Important - Magazine tube works best overhead and straight to the top pointed.

What about supports?

Also printed of course. Same PETG. But you can use empty 9mm shells also. They only don't fly far away.

Where do you get the little shells?
Are they real bullets or props or what?

I think PLA is no problem for big parts like frame and slide. But tiny mechanics must resist big forces here, so I think they are better from PET. But this only my opinion, I never used PLA till now.

would this be able to be printed in pla?

Please keep your hypocritical whine, if you're stupid enough to walk with on the street or in public, to aim at other people, or to bring that to your school just don't download it.

Geee. a Super realistic Toy Gun. That's sooo stoopid on too many levels.
What if someone mistakes that for a Real Gun.. and fires back real bullets?

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