Paintball Muzzle Brake - Barrett M82 .50 Cal Sniper replica

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Paintball Muzzle Brake - Barrett M82 .50 Cal Sniper replica by FreshPrints3D Jun 7, 2015


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This is a replica of the Barrett M82 50 caliber sniper rifle muzzle brake.
It has a 1" inner diameter to fit most standard paintball marker barrels.
Pictured on my TAR-68 sniper. Visit FreshPrints3D.com to see more!


Print in whatever orientation you think your printer can handle. I have good success with printing flat and bridging the gaps.

Recommended Print Settings:
Layer height: 0.2mm
Shells: 3 minimum
Infill: 20%+

To instal on your paintball gun:
Wrap a few layers of electrical tape around the tip of your barrel, then twist the muzzle brake on.

This muzzle brake is designed with a 1" inner diameter to fit most paintball barrels.
It should push-fit snugly onto the tip of your barrel with a layer or two of electrical tape.

Visit FreshPrints3D.com to see more 3D printed paintball gear.

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Hi iv printed 1 of these but inside there was an extra internal wall printed ( not stringing ) blocking 1 of the holes internally but couldnt find what caused this int the file , does any 1 have any suggestions

I would occasionally get stringing between walls, but never what you're describing. You can try running the .STL through a program like NetFabb to see if it makes a difference. Do you see the extra internal wall in SLic3r before you start printing?

no theres no extra wall showing in the slicer and its not stringing

This should fit pretty much any paintball gun with a normal sized barrel.
If you have a barrel that is less than 1" diameter, you can just scale the model down accordingly!

I'll be experimenting with including screw holes for set screws in the future.