3d printed Urban single shot tray

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    prfssrlee
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    For anybody interested, this is a simplified version of the BSA single shot tray. I’ll load the model files (inventor part files) to the grabCAD website tomorrow. I can also put up stl files if anyone wants. It’s very simple – I’m not a machinist or CAD jockey. But I’ve tested it with over 100 pellets (all diabolo style)  on 3 different printed copies from 2 different 3d printers, so it’s functional. The two pieces are attached by a countersunk 4-40 screw that passes through the magazine and threads into the swing arm.

     

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    Hynzie
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    nice job  great seeing people like yoiurself not paying huge money for cheap costing items,, i wish i could make my own mags and sst for my FX s and RAW 30 and 25 cals ,,,keep up the good work HYNZIE

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    Mattblum
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    Very clever. I like it!
     

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    prfssrlee
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    Here’s the grabCAD link = hope others find it useful!

    https://grabcad.com/library/gamo-urban-single-shot-loader-1

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    agnthooziast
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    how much for a .25 cal. FX Crown single shot tray? : )

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    MartinT
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    Pretty good!

    Thanks for making this public!

    Now the only improvement is to make one with a little recess for a small metal washer or nut or so, so the magnet in the action can pull on it so the tray stays “locked” in position without falling out even when the bolt is pulled at all times.

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    prfssrlee
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    Martin- Yes, that was the original plan – to catch the magnet with an inset nut. This one was actually the quick and dirty test before improving it. But then I realized that threading the screw into the plastic itself was working great so I never bothered (it ain't broke so I didn't fix it). But I agree that would be an improvement. If you do draw that up, please consider sharing it by putting it up on grabcad and let us know!

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    Insanity
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    Thanks for sharing this I have some baffles on my print bed right now and this will be next. 

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