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When we first gotten involved in printing 3D parts for airsoft, we were only looking at upgrading and modifying existing airsoft equipment. For example, we've built several Picatinny rails, barrel tips, and battery pads for the new VSS Vintorez airsoft gun. We've made accessories for guns, cameras, and vests.
Since then, we have started building stand-alone airsoft weapons. Recently, we have ventured into the science fiction armory by producing the futuristic Helio M726 Underbarrel Shotgun. But that's not the end. We now want to build futuristic grenade launchers and other fun airsoft gears.
3D printing has really changed the possibility to design and produce airsoft equipment. There are a lot of ideas in our heads. We are looking forward to enhance your airsoft gaming experience.
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Title: More 3D Printed Airsoft Parts Arrived!
Weblog: Airsoft SpecOps
Excerpt: We just stopped off at the local UPS office. Sculpteo had shipped more 3D printed airsoft parts to us. In this shipment, we got the Helio M726 Underbarrel Shotgun (Long) and the IGOR Battery Pad (see photo below). It is gonna be fun playing with them. We will post more photos of them later. We had p . . .
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