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M9 Rubber Band Gun

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M9 Rubber Band Gun by Coldstone Mar 6, 2015
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M9 Rubber Band Gun, See photos for assembly instructions, If printing with ABS use Acetone or Krazy Glue to assemble.

*Files 1-31 were updated 3/16/2015
Parts 41,42 added to be placed at ends of parts 27, 28 to support rubber bands


M9 Rubber Band Gun, See photos for assembly instructions, If printing with ABS use Acetone or Krazy Glue to assemble.

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I see that at least 1 and 13 are 4mm thick and most (all?) of the others are 3.85mm. Is there a functional reason for this or is it just to save on plastic or something? I know the original is based on 4mm plywood which is generally closer to 3.7-3.8mm actual. I am working through reducing the number of parts to print by multiplying thickness or merging parts but I don't want to base everything off of 4mm if you already have some insight into this being a bad idea. If my attempt turns out with something functional I'll be happy to share everything.