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.223 live ammo

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.223 live ammo by Louisa Apr 13, 2013

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.223 ammo live ready to fire in a single print

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"not to scale yet"
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Is this a derivative of my model i have on Thingiverse? Thing:11732, .223 round.
I'm offended you didn't check first. You also wasted your time.

Your model is choppy and incomplete.

No its not a derivative of your model. Mine is nothing like yours. Also yours is not a complete live bullet ready to fire. There is no need to be offended. Also my time is mine to spend. Getting such reaction shows the art to be validated. I believe my model to be complete. Thank you.

To make sure there is no posible chance of any kind of dirivination i a going to re draw this file from scratch. Thanks.

but, my printer doesn't print gun powder.... or primers... The casing and bullet I understand but uh, how about the propellant?

This is a stl file for a bullet not how to set up your printer.

im pretty sure he means that it cannot be a live round with out gun powder. Does the projectile actually separate from the casing? I was going along with the live round thing until it was obvious you might not know what live round means. Live round can be simply described as: can be loaded into a live firearm and then fired. This is essentially just a snap cap, as it doesn't even cycle a weapon (for gas piston operated weapons).

If you look inside the round you can see the propellent.
And again if you look or had looked inside it you'd see it is a seperate projectile. Its obvious you have not looked closely,,it is live,,it does cycle.

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