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Helix6187

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Hi everyone !

This is my try to do a SN-9 Wasp. The size is based on the wikia (caliber and round capacity too, most of the modeling is based on the weta paper design)

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I still need to make the rear selector.


And this where i am on the physical model. Sand, prime, repeat :lol.

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Thanks for watching.
Helix
 
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Helix6187

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Little progress.

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I'm not totaly sold on my green mix, maybe a tad too dark.


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First pull of the handle grip painted with a semi gloss black.


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I will add the missing screws on the selector with real hardware later.


TO DO:

- Cast clear lens
- Add knobs to the scope
- Screws
- Cast the bits that retains the lamp and scope to the rails
 
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Helix6187

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How does it stay closed? or is the final build intended as static with no moving parts?

Collektor

Neodymium magnet are holding it closed.
The scope is removable ( you can see it's not correctly aligned witth the barrel).
The flashlight is removable as well.
The cylinder is removable as well and can be loaded with the caseless 9mm round that I have not yet printed.

The trigger is glued in place but it's fonctionnal on the 3D file, It was just a matter of taste here.



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I dissassembled it for a bit more sanding some lines were still visible on the rails.
 
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