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  • A couple folks have been requesting a smaller one that they are able to print at home after designing my first 3D printable airsoft gun. So here it is 
    All components are small enough to fit comfortably in a 120x120x120mm print volume, there are fewer non-printed parts, and it's more attributes. The firearm will not be as strong as the preceding layout due to it's smaller size, but on 0.12g bb's it will shoot 25-30m.

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  • Directions for assembly are available here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Printable-Airsoft-Submachine-Gun/ Here is a list of the non-printable parts you will want: ? 3 x M4x25mm* countersunk bolts ? 1 x M4x25mm buttonhead bolt ? 2 x M4 nut ? 1 x M4x38mm countersunk bolt ? 1 x rubber band between 50mm-100mm long (measured unstretched level) ? 3 x 5-6mm OD* 20mm long pencil springs (any pencil spring will do) ? 1 x 5-6mm OD 60mm long pencil spring ? 7 x 2mm OD 20mm (or longer) nails ? 1 x 2mm OD 60mm long flat head nail ? 2 x 1.5mm OD 20mm (or longer) nails ? 1 x Bike Pump* ? 1 x 190mm airsoft barrel & hop up bucking ? 1 x 1m of aluminium flat bar (12mm x 3mm cross section) ? 1 x 700g (or more) reel of ABS printer filament (black advocated) ? 1 x 100mm long bb pistol spring, or any spring of your choice (15mm OD) And here are ? 3D Printer with 120mm cubed volume ? Pliers/side cutters (for cutting nails) ? Support removal tools ? Sand paper ? Phillips head screwdriver *M4x25 means 4mm diameter (outside of screw thread) and 25mm long *OD stands for 'outer diameter' *http://www.ebay.com/itm/Portable-Hand-held-Mini-Bike-Bicycle-High-Pressure-Air-Pump-Tire-Inflator-Silver/361354425717?_trksid=p2047675.c100011.m1850&_trkparms=aid%3D222007&algo%3DSIC.MBE&ao%3D1&asc%3D29980&meid%3D6830a240a4de423a9a9a82da616a3809&pid%3D100011&rk%3D3&rkt%3D10&sd%3D111191753652

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