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Old 05-18-2015, 08:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3D printed Phantom M1911 Slide

I am glad to announce my New prototype and possibly preorder for a new design. This is a 3D printed Phantom M1911 Slide. Single Shot, and easily pumped, It looks great and works great. I am almost ready to do a run if I get enough support for it. It will come in a large multitude of colors, and possibly a bronze version down the road. They will be custom order only. Is anyone interested?
I Personally love The Look of it, So Now I give you the M1911 Phantom Pistol, It is easily installed, just remove your pump handle and put this baby on.
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M1911 - Album on Imgur and https://imgur.com/a/jMkwv
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The images are just rough prototypes. They should be in higher quality for a final product.

Tell me if interested, I need to work out a price for it aswell.

Also For the poll, Please Insert the Price you would be willing to pay for it. Not just the bottom Number. The Poll Doesn't necessarily set the price.

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Old 05-18-2015, 09:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you considered selling the files to those who have printers?
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Old 05-18-2015, 10:47 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Have you considered selling the files to those who have printers?
I have considered this, and As of right now, I wish not to share the intellectual property. Although Eventually I do see this as a very real possibility, as long as the party purchasing the files would sign a NDA and would not have rights to sell the files, or Print the parts for others. I have sunk Many hours into designing this, and it would crush me to not make any profit on it considering the time I put in.
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How do you hold the pump slide back while loading? it seems like a two hand operation.
If hand loading first strikes was an option, this would be kind of interesting.
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How do you hold the pump slide back while loading? it seems like a two hand operation.
If hand loading first strikes was an option, this would be kind of interesting.
typically From what I have found you can easily hold it back with one hand while loading with another, I have personally not tried first strikes with this, But I can tell you that It was designed with first strikes In mind and should easily accommodate for them. One of the advantages to this slide, Is not only can you pump using a normal style hand position, but you can also grip it in a multitude of different ways, One of my favorites is to use the same hand that the grip is in and pull back on the sights while using it. I have not gone through extensive testing as of yet, But I have a few things that should be almost certain.

1 being that this will be a fun way to spice up a game with your phantom, especially if you want to use first strikes
2 is that the player using this will quickly find a way to adapt to the slide, and use whatever method of cocking it they like.

Also I want to make aware that since this is a prototype I am taking feedback, if I need to design a little arm so your thumb or finger may pull it back easier, I may add that in to one of the designs.
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Old 05-23-2015, 12:02 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Any interest in this bad boy?
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Old 05-23-2015, 02:55 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I'd be interested in giving it a try. Seems like a good way to "spice" the game up.
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Curious about ball feeding,do you have a video of pump and feed or is it intended to be hand fed 1 ball at a time?
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Originally intended for a single shot system, one ball fed at once, Although i have thought about a design using a modified stock class style feed.
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Old 05-24-2015, 03:15 PM   #10 (permalink)
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The market for single shot paintball markers is very small. The entire market is a very bad *** subset of MCBers.
I am kind of a wuss, but I would be interested in seeing your stock class design.
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