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    chjade84 is offline Junior Member
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    Thanks!

    Yes, it's a very specialized part. It's just something I've always wanted and since I was learning 3D modeling and have access to a machine shop I figured I'd give it a go. I'm not sure what my next project will be...

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    Got the scale.

    Mount - 184.93g/6.52oz
    Flashlight - 82.60g/2.91oz
    Red dot - 278g/9.80oz
    Gun - 630g/22.22oz/1.389lb
    Ammo - 118.6g/4.81oz (10 JHP - 115gr I believe.)

    Total = 1,294.13g/45.65oz/2.85lb

    The gun+ammo was 1.69lb
    Everything is 2.85lb

    So the mount and current accessories add 68.7% extra weight. But it's still under 3 lbs. I'm more than fine with that.

    Unloaded, it's just .2 lb more than an M1911 and .2lb less than a S&W 686 .357 Revolver.

    (other guns weights from wikipedia... I assume they are right.)

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    dang that looks fantastic finished!

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    Thanks!

    I don't think it's too bad myself for the first thing I ever designed that was actually built not to mention, built in 3D CAD which was another first. There are a few improvements I would like to make but for the mean time it works very well. As long as you aren't constantly wanting to attach/remove the mount. That takes about a minute and three allen wrenches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chjade84 View Post
    It's all done now. The red dot I bought online and turned out to be much larger than I thought. Still works well though.

    Now can you design a holster for that beast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by righttoown View Post
    Now can you design a holster for that beast?
    Haha, I actually came up with a design already for a thigh holster that grabs the right picatinny rail and uses a magnet to steady and hold the back. I don't know if I'll ever make it though.

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    Thumbs up

    Great job!!!

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    wow, that thing looks wicked.

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    I always love seeing custom work, like you said before its not so much practical as it is fun, but damn,....who wouldnt wanna show up at the range and have their gun look like that...haha...awesome job man, great work/design...should see if you can get a company to bite on producing them...maybe get someone to buy the design..make some money! ENJOY!

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