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Remington Rolling Block in .40-65 Winchester
A very reliable and accurate single shot, breach loading rifle, the Rolling Block was an extremely popular military service rifle during the latter part of the 1800's with it allowing for very fast follow-up shots compared to a muzzleloader as well as being offered in a wide range of chamberings.
It was made in a variety of calibers, both rimfire and centerfire, including the 12.17x42 mm rimfire, 12.17x44 mm rimfire and 12.17x44 mm rimmed centerfire Swedish and Norwegian cartridges, .43 Spanish (11.15x58mmR), .50-70, .40-70, .45-70, and later in .22 caliber. Later models were produced in .30-06 Springfield, 7×57mm Mauser, and 8×50mmR Lebel. It's strong action allowed the Rolling Block to easily use smokeless powder which generated high pressures than traditional black powder, this made a lot of black powder rifles have to be redesigned.
The Rolling Block was used as a military service rifle by Sweden, Britain, Spain, Norway and Japan (just to name a few).
Along with the Sharps rifle and Springfield Trapdoor it was one of the few rifles probably used more than any other by the buffalo hunters who hunted the American bison herds in the 1870s and 1880s.
Civilian Remington rolling block rifles, and later surplus military rifles, became very popular among hunters in Scandinavia, particularly for moose hunting, with ammunition for the rifles being commonly available on the civilian market into the 1920s-1930s.
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Airsoft Glock Carbine conversion kit is available for purchase as .stl files!
Compatibility: GBB, AEP Glocks, semi-auto and full auto models. (I tested on KJW KP-18, Cyma CM-030)
So I eliminated all the wobbles and unnecessary movements, made some fancy features:
- Closed body with small amount of holes
- Empty mag reset button
- Push-and-rotate semi-auto/full-auto switch
- Ambidextrous cocking handle
- Fast pistol insert with spring-loaded lock
- Swing mounted suppressor - Original folding stock
- M4 stock tube adaptor
- Top and bottom picatinny-compatible rails
- Additional side picatinny accessory rails
- Osprey-styled mock suppressor with printed baffles
- Another suppressor compatibility on request
3d printing and assembly features:
- Easy printing with 285 mm height printers without supports
- Square nuts instead of hex ones (works better with plastic)
- All M3 screws standard lengths
- Pistol lock made of M5 screw with dremel in 20 minutes
- Folding stock lock spring is from pen
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If you watched this with the sound off, then this compilation video might seem pretty cool. If you had the sound on, then you may have noticed that the all shots in this video were misses (it wasn’t very difficult to find footage of me missing my target 😂). In archery, missing your target is called a "sin". No one is perfect and everyone has missed the mark at one point or other. Wouldn't it be great if we could just erase our sins from the scoreboard? That's exactly what Jesus did for us when He died on the cross and rose from the grave. That's just how much He loves us. The penalty for missing the mark is death. Jesus loves us so much that He paid that penalty for us so that we could be set free from our sins, have a relationship with Him, and spend eternity with Him. Through our relationship with Jesus, we can continue hitting our targets!
"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved." -John 3:16-17