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Polymer Pistol Frame
Completely legal to print Polymer Pistol Frame (USA)Other
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Version 2 is out. It prints a lot better in tests than the previous version. I printed this one (see image version 2) in Purple PLA. I think I'll go back to ABS, as I like the matte finish more. Revised support material vastly improves post process time and overall looks.
This is an accurate replica of a SIG P250 Polymer frame. Unlike other polymer hangunds, such as Glocks, the serialized portion of this handgun is not in the polymer frame, so it is completely legal to print (in the USA).
I will be removing the SIG Sauer logo and lettering from the grip.
STL file has been integrated with supports. I will be updating the stl with support tweaks when I receive feedback and by testing my own prints. The first print I made, I mistakenly disabled the raft. It broke free and STILL printed OK. I'll be updating the photos of the next print WITH the raft, and I may go with a finer resolution and slower print speeds. Stay tuned.
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Even if the lower were considered the firearm for this design, it would still be legal.
It is not illegal to manufacture your own firearm in the U.S. and has never been.
This is neat, could use it to design a really comfortable grip.
I think printing lowers should be fine.
you can build fire arms from 80% lowers so why not 3d printing from scratch