Oculus touch - gun stock
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a Gun stock for Oculus Touch VR controllers, used for games such as Onward to improve aim and get a more immersive feeling.
This is a remix from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1745148/ which is for the HTC Vive instead.
I designed the Oculus mounts so you could use magnets to snap them on. But my neodymium weren't strong enough so I glued them to the rail mounts. Its still easy to attach the touch controllers.
I did a few changes to the shoulder stock and the mount after i printed mine so these models are not 100% tested.
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3 x VRR3a2.stl (rails)
2 x VRRb3.stl (rail mounts)
1 x VRR3e2.stl (stock mount)
1 x touch-mount-left-mk3.stl
1 x touch-mount-right-mk3.stl
1 x touch-stock-mk2.stl
The rails is a tight fit so be careful when you attach them.
Use superglue to make them extra strong.
Superglue the touch mounts with the rail mounts and place then were you want them on the rail.
If you feel that the shoulder stock is to high you could just rotate the stockmount 180 degrees to get it a little lower.
I will probably do some changes and upload new versions in the future.
- 2017-01-26 Added a new touch mount which feels better, will try it ingame soon
- 2017-02-08 The mk3 touch mounts fits much better in the hands than the mk2. But I kept mk2 stl files if someone wants the bigger grip.
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