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HD3000PLUS by mani_60 Aug 13, 2012



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This model needs many support wax. So it is expensive but very fine model. It seems made by mold.
It might be strong.

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If you're in Japan, you could probably modify the design to use compressed air cartridges with plastic 3d printed bullets instead of real bullets. That way, you can 3d print a plastic barrel for it, too. Each co2 cartridge would be capped with a plastic bullet. That would allow it semi or full auto fire with spent co2 cartridges spit out the side just like on the real ar15/m16. Try it and post it on thigiverse! 

 Okay I have few airsoft guns (I always enjoy airsoft war in Japan), I'll try some parts for my airsoft guns.

Japanese law does not matter to the law only made
Moreover, the reciever has been created in 1/2 scale.
This parts does not work in practice.
And it's too difficult to get ammo and barrel in Japan.

Not trying to be a weapon freak but im not sure if this is legal to own in japan, because the receiver is considered the weapon and you could probably get the trigger group, buffer tube and upper sent to your house. Not sure about ammo but you might wanna check your local laws.

still weapon freaks here?!?