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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!
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?
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?
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.
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
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!)
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I used two models to make this gun. A lot of tricks to make it solid.

grabcad.com/library/glock-22
and
http://grabcad.com/library/glock-17
I use cheap airsoft pistols for training :)
Cool, another great use for my blaze orange ABS! Looks like a Gen3 (rail, finger grooves, no interchangible backstraps)
Must be a Gen3. Looks almost exactly like my Gen3 Glock 19.

I think I need to print one of these!
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.
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