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Glock 26 handgun - older gen
by apdesigns, published
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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.
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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