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Prop Ruger mkii

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Prop Ruger mkii by apdesigns Feb 11, 2013
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The classic ages old Rugger .22 design.This is the last of the 3 models I built to experiment with 3 different solid modeling programs a while back. If anyone knows of a better site for engineering related models than this censored site please refer me a link. I would much rther be able to post the solid modeling files rther than stl exports. And do so quickly please since the Glock I posted lasted only about 24 hours.


None really. I have not printed any of these files myself as I usually do experimental fiddling in 3dspace. As such these files are merely for reference and 3d animators or for collectors of information on small arms design.

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ooh, following your input I just popped over there. Thank you so much for the tip.