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I could add it back in, but it would cause an overhang that could not be printed without supports. I would suggest to just use a file and add one if needed. Does this help?
I think, for training, the rear sight should actually have the site groove. The models don't seem to have it. Is this something you could add?

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Update:
Please download Glock Left V2 & Glock Right V2. Updated stl will better transitions.
Print both Glock 22 LEFT & Glock 22 Right.
Print in any color but black for safety reasons.
Glue left & right sides together
Shave seam (optional step)
My printer settings:
3 perimeter passes
line infill @ 35%
No overhangs for easy printing
Warning: Print this item at your own risk. This is not a gun, but should be treated as one. This Item is designed for in the class room training about hand gun safety. Do not use this item for Evil!

<p>Very cool!</p>

<p>I think, for training, the rear sight should actually have the site groove. The models don't seem to have it. Is this something you could add?</p>

<p>I could add it back in, but it would cause an overhang that could not be printed without supports. I would suggest to just use a file and add one if needed. Does this help?</p>

<p>How would it work to add some holes in both halves, to align them? Then you could use pieces of 1.75mm filament as a spline-type thing, for alignment and adhesion? I've seen some designs where that was done, it seemed to go OK.</p>

<p>I was thinking about that also. The only problem is some people print in 3mm or 1.75mm. Yesterday I printed both parts and glued then together. Seemed very easy to align and rubber band together</p>

<p>Very nice. Did you make the 3D file, or where did you find it? This would have been great for my recent CCW class (Yay, Wisconsin, we're #49!)</p>

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<p>I used two models to make this gun. A lot of tricks to make it solid. </p>

<p>http://grabcad.com/library/glock-22&lt;br&gt;and <br>http://grabcad.com/library/glock-17&lt;/p&gt;

<p>I use cheap airsoft pistols for training :)</p>

<p>Cool, another great use for my blaze orange ABS! Looks like a Gen3 (rail, finger grooves, no interchangible backstraps)</p>

<p>Must be a Gen3. Looks almost exactly like my Gen3 Glock 19.</p>

<p>I think I need to print one of these!</p>

<p>Externally, a Glock 17 and 22 will be identical, minus the caliber and model number markings. I may have to play around with the centering to get it to print on my Prusa, but it should work.</p>

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