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Smith & Wesson Model 629 From Escape From L.A.

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A professional CAD designer with many years of experience and a passion for cool movie props. And I transfer it from the movie screens to real life.
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This item comes with our Extended Use Licensing. This means that you may use the model in a variety of mediums and applications. But, because certain intellectual property depicted in this model may not be affiliated with or endorsed by the original rights holder, this model is subject to an Editorial Use Only Restriction which limits the ways in which you may use this model.
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Vendor:vetrock
Published:Aug 17, 2022
Download Size:694.4 MB
Polygons:360,258
Vertices:389,456

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Smith & Wesson Model 629 From Escape From L.A.

It is based on screenshots from the movie Escape from L.A. 1996.
Snake Plissken carries two Smith & Wesson Model 629 Performance Center .44 Magnum revolvers equipped with Aimpoint red dot scopes as his sidearms of choice.
The model is detailed. When creating the model, I used both frames from the film and additional materials, the props that were used in the film. He took into account all the details and features. The sight has been worked out in detail. Easy to print and easy to glue. There are files of individual parts, as well as a file of the entire model, which is not divided into parts. It is possible to print plastic in various colors depending on the color of the part. It has also been preserved in two forms: a solid model and divided into parts also for the convenience of painting and gluing. It will take a great place in your collection or for cosplay.

Model dimensions:
- length 292 mm
- height 192 mm
- width 48 mm

The model consists of:

Ver1 - whole pistol not divided into parts
Ver2 - pistol divided into 45 parts for printing

Separately, taking into account printing on printers with a small print area. But you can split it yourself as you need. The model file is attached in one piece.

Formats: .OBJ .STL .SAT .STEP .XB .XT .IGS .SLDPRT



Designed in Solid Works 2012, rendered in Keyshot 9.
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