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Could Taipan Mutant magazines be 3d printed?  

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wbush68
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2018-07-11 21:17:56  

I don't know anything about 3d printing.  Plastic is likely sub optimal.

I love my Mutant short, and have the two mags that it came with.  After reading that they are no longer available, I suddenly want a couple more....

Another day late and dollar short...

 

 

Bill

 

 

 

 

 


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marflow
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2018-07-12 00:37:08  

well I had to see for myself and there is little info out there but I did some looking anyway and it seem Strelok in Odessa Ukraine makes the rifle and you might have already know that

so here a page that you could ask a question about mags and parts I guess

 

https://strelok-od.all.biz/en/contacts

it is a shot in the dark but a fun search, it's too bad these companies don't use the same mags over different brands, it would be a win for all the players

Mike


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wbush68
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2018-07-13 21:22:42  

Great idea.  Thanks for the link to the factory. 

I emailed them.  We shall see.

 

Bill

 


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Bigbore
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2018-07-15 12:34:21  
Posted by: wbush68

I don't know anything about 3d printing.  Plastic is likely sub optimal.

I love my Mutant short, and have the two mags that it came with.  After reading that they are no longer available, I suddenly want a couple more....

Another day late and dollar short...

 

 

Bill

 

 

 

 

 

 The short answer is yes, pretty much anything can be 3D printed. How well it performs depends on other things like the design, the plastic used(there are a few different common types) and how well they are printed; technique matters in 3D printing. I have printed firearms parts for the Ruger 10/22 - trigger and magazine release - and am currently using them without issue.


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