Stock for a Nerf Recon CS-6 blaster

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Stock for a Nerf Recon CS-6 blaster by Weldingrod1 Aug 1, 2015
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This stock will glue onto the back of a Recon Nerf blaster. My son designed it and I executed it. It has a cavity (and cover) to fit the battery pack for EL wire from Electric Optics. You can print it as either a complete stock, or left/right halves. You can get a better glue joint on a left/right assembly.
It doesn't fit perfectly; you will have to shape thing a little after gluing, and you will almost certainly want to use some filler to smooth out the grip area. If you cut the spring chamber as shown in the photo, you can set it up where the blaster can still be opened after gluing on the stock. You first glue one side to the blaster and let that set, then glue the other side in place after modifying the spring chamber (so it only attaches to the bottom half). I finally got the whole thing painted; thus the new picture.
This fits the standard Nerf stock attachment, so you can easily edit the area that interfaces with the grip to customize it for another blaster.

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please refit one for the raider cs 35

Hello, I would like to print this but my printer can not handle it. I would like to use a service like Shapeways but there are no files for it. I was wondering if you could post this on Shapeways or something like that. Please get in touch.

@Coolcrawler, You just need to download the two STL files that are attached to this thing and then upload them to Shapeways; that's the most common file format they use.

I was going to, but it asked for copyright stuff. I just wanted to make sure I had permission.

You have permission!

Thank you so much! I am glad I could communicate with you!

would this fit a rampage?

Sorry, I don't know the answer. Mine is firmly glued in place, so I can't test fit it!

Would this fit a Nerf Stryfe? From the pic the Recon cs-6 grip looks very similar...

Sorry, I don't know the answer. Mine is firmly glued in place, so I can't test fit it!

could you make this in smaller pieces please cause this will not fit on my print bed

What size did you need the parts?

i need them to fit on a 8 inch by 8 inch printbed

I suggest you download sketchup; it will work with the attached SKP files directly, and can output STL files.

I finally got some paint on this thing, thus the new photo!

Excellent work!! My recon will never be the same!!

if this fits on the recon then it should also fit on the retaliator since they are the same shell

looks like it will fit the Stryfe too. going to see tomorrow.

tell me how this goes

took me about 24hours to print. shell set to 5 infill at 15. had to split the frame to fit on my printer. it has some gaps that can be fixed with filler if this was to be permanent. i'll upload some pics as a make of this.

Yeah, these take a LONG time to print! Mine is totally glued on, filled, painted, etc.