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Rifle M-590 from Space Above and Beyond TV series 1995

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Model dimensions:
- length – 830.5 mm
- height – 294.7 mm
- width – 163.5 mm
- longest part – 383 mm

The model consists of parts: Barrel part 1,2, Body part 1-4, Bottom hub, Bottom plate, Cap nuts M5, Front handle part 1,2, Left side insert 1,2, Rear disk 1,2, Rear lug, Rear shell, Rear sight, Right side insert 1,2, Scanner body part 1,2, Scanner guide part, Scanner mount, Scanner pin, Scanner screen, Scanner side part, Scope clamp 1,2, Scope front part, Scope lens 1,2, Scope middle part, Scope mount, Scope rear part, Side trigger, Top rear insert 1,2, Trigger, Wire.

During assembling use guiding metal rods with diameter d=5 mm.

Detail “Wire” should be from the rear wire.
Details “Scanner Mount” and “Scanner body part 2” should be connected with a stud M5 and two cap nuts M5.

The length of the “Body part 3” is 383 mm.
In this case the detail was also split into two parts “Body part 3_front part” length 211 mm and “Body part 3_rear part” length 172 mm.

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
  • Publication date: 2021/07/21 at 11:38





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