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Glock 26 handgun - older gen

by apdesigns, published

Glock 26 handgun - older gen by apdesigns Feb 9, 2013
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This is an old project created to generate a see thru model just to see how things work when I was learning a new solid modeling package. Posted as reference for anyone who might have a 3d project and wants to play with some models and learn how the glock design works. Figured i'd post here since I am not a member on any 3d art sites.

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Just don't let your children print a fake ID to buy ammo with.

This is a nonfunctional toy. It is no more dangerous than a plastic ray gun from a dollar store. The only thing you fear is the idea.

Come on guys - this is supposed to be a safe place for parents and teachers to send kids to learn and get excited about 3D printing. So no guns (or sex) because that's not Thingiverse's mission. There are plenty of other places where such things are appropriate.

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It should not need said but I shall reiterate for prudence sake....you should not ever print out a firearm FRAME. That is the controlled part or a firearm here in the US and the ATF would not be pleased. It does not matter that without molded in steel slide rails the thing is just a display toy, do you really want to break any federal laws? I was going to leave out the frame model so as not to aggravate anyone but I figured without it you could not position things in a 3d program and see how things work relative to one another.

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funston427 on Feb 10, 2013 said:

Just don't let your children print a fake ID to buy ammo with.

TarlSS on Feb 10, 2013 said:

This is a nonfunctional toy. It is no more dangerous than a plastic ray gun from a dollar store. The only thing you fear is the idea.

laird on Feb 10, 2013 said:

Come on guys - this is supposed to be a safe place for parents and teachers to send kids to learn and get excited about 3D printing. So no guns (or sex) because that's not Thingiverse's mission. There are plenty of other places where such things are appropriate.

dstrout on Feb 10, 2013 said:

If a site gets closed because of a piece of knowledge it contains, it is not the knowledge's fault. It is the fault of the people who are afraid of that knowledge.

Michele31415 on Feb 10, 2013 said:

I would like to express my gratitude to those who used their talent to create the M1 Garand rifle, the M50 machine gun, and all the other guns without which this site would probably be hosted in German right now. If it existed at all.

Beatrice1975 on Feb 9, 2013 said:

I just hope that, because of these stupid weapons, sites like this don't get closed, taking away the opportunity to others who use their talent to create useful ideas to benefit people, not to kill them.

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