The Wiki Weapons Library




The Wiki Weapons Library - 3D Printable Arms For The World

Welcome to the Wiki Weapons Library. This library was put together in response to the United States State Department's demand that Defense Distributed take down files, specifically firearms-related files. We are hosting as many of the pulled files as we can find, for as long as we are able to host them..

For those unfamiliar with 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, it is a process of making a three-dimensional solid object. We suggest reading Wikipedia's article on 3D printing for more information. It also might do some good to look into 3D printers (which you will need to make use of these files), such as MakerBot.





BULKPACKS




The Minipack

The Minipack is one (1) archive (ZIP) file which contains the following files:

  • 22LongRifle.stl
  • 30-06Springfield.stl
  • 308Winchester.stl
  • 40SW.stl
  • 45ACP.stl
  • 5.56x45MM.stl
  • 5.7x28mmFN.stl
  • 7.62x39mm.stl
  • 7.62x54mmR.stl
  • 9x19mmParabellum.stl

The Minipack (1.6 MB)





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FIREARMS




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Practice Gun

Version: N/A

Author: Manx

Notes

This is a practice gun I designed using a frame, it SHOULD print solid and printing time is around 14 hours.


Practice Gun (264 KB - ZIP)





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Auditor Wrist Gun

Version: N/A

Author: Unknown

Notes

A wrist mounted blank firing gun made for a single .22 blank (made from a .22 LR case). It is simply a cylindrical body with a spring released latch that fires a round/blank charge from a replaceable/disposable barrel. The original use of this device intended to be for a never made “Assassin's Creed” fan film, but it may be useful to anyone else interested in this gadget. However, I can imagine the design being modified for a Nerf or airsoft novelty gun.

The Auditor is much more useful than as a prop rather than weapon. Just be careful with blanks, as even they can be dangerous at close range.

Manufacture of firearms in many circumstances is illegal. Use of this system requires a spring to work, and the parts to be glued or taped together.


Auditor Wrist Gun (33 KB - ZIP)





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Capacitor .22 Firearm

Version: N/A

Author: Proteus

Notes

This is an updated version of the .22 electric firearm. As usual, do not print this in case it is classified as an AOW. In theory, the circuit would be made up of the parts of three disposable cameras. All three have their capacitors removed and then they are connected onto the circuit of one of the cameras. Then two wires are connected to the three capacitors and put through the two holes which will touch it to the bullet. This model *should* not require soldering unlike the last one did.

Here's how this works; It is basically a test firearm designed to fire .22 rounds using electric current. It comes in two parts, the grip and the barrel. The two 5mm diameter holes on the barrel and grip will have a bolt inserted in them and tightened with a nut and wrench. The hole is smooth and will not hold the bolt on its own, but I believe if you tighten the nut enough the friction will hold it in place fairly well. The ring on the back is for a capacitor and can be re-sized depending on the capacitor you use. Wires from the capacitor go through the two holes in the big ring and are held in place by the two holes in the smaller ring. After going through the smaller ring they are attached (soldered?) to the back of the .22 round. This is then inserted into the back of the barrel and the two parts are bolted together. Batteries for the capacitor could possibly be held inside of the hollowed grip but this was really more of a way to save plastic.

A circuit is built (maybe pre-built in cameras depending on if it is powerful enough) and the button is placed on the pad where the trigger would go on a normal firearm. If you want a safety, you could stick a lever or switch onto one of the wires leading to the button.

To reload, you would remove the now melted or cracked barrel and bolt a new one in. The grip should (?) stay intact.

I have done NO testing and have NOT printed this. Do not print this due to legal issues. Read the legality thread!

I might later add a plate on top of the connection between barrel and grip to prevent a rouge explosion from hurting the user.


Capacitor .22 Firearm (86 KB - ZIP)





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.22 Compact Pistol

Version: N/A

Author: Proteus

Notes

Disclaimer: I HAVE NOT printed this. I HAVE NOT tested this. It IS likely to blow up in your hand if you choose to use it, ABSOLUTELY NO testing has been done.

This is designed to be a small, simple, compact .22 firearm. It's size makes it easy to assemble, but the size of the barrel would make this the world's least accurate pistol.

Print at your own risk. Always check ATF restrictions before printing. Also be aware of the Undetectable Firearms Act which possibly makes this firearm illegal. Again, use at own risk.

Here is the instructions. One side of the gun has an opening which is large enough to slide a .22 LR cartridge into the back of the barrel. Behind the barrel and chamber there is a long tube-shaped object. This is for the spring and firing pin. The sprint goes in the back end and the firing pin goes in between it and the bullet. Simply pull back the firing pin and holder against the spring, and release. The firing pin is included in the file off to the side of the actual gun.

If the plastic firing pin fails to fire the round, it can be cut out and replaced with a metal pin. This would not only increase the chances of a successful shot, but would also (possibly, don't quote me and you should probably talk to someone who knows more about it than me), perhaps, make the firearm legal under the Undetectable Firearms Act, as there is now a metal component.


.22 Compact Pistol (55 KB - ZIP)





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26.5mm/12 Gauge Flare Pistol

Version: 2.0 (04/07/2013)

Author: Pietro

Notes

* UNTESTED EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN, PRINT AT YOUR OWN RISK, ASSEMBLE AT YOUR OWN RISK, FIRE AT YOUR OWN RISK! *

This pistol was designed entirely in Google SketchUp and is chambered to fire a 26.5mm European signal flare (a 12 gauge barrel design is also included in the package). It is unknown whether it can handle the pressure of either round. However, there are subcaliber inserts on the market that will convert this pistol to fire low-pressure rounds such as .22 CB and Aguila Super Colibri. One such insert is a rifled steel model made by Kennesaw Cannon Co., which currently retails for $25-$30. Be advised that while using a rifled steel barrel may exempt your creation from registration as an "AOW" (smoothbore pistol), you will still have to contend with the Undetectable Firearms Act if you print this in polymer and subsequently convert it to something other than a flare launcher. One possible way to remedy this would be to epoxy aluminum foil all over the gun. This would cause it to show up on x-ray scans and trigger metal detectors. When in doubt, consult an attorney or write a letter of inquiry to the ATF.

If built as designed (to fire signal flares only), it should be exempt from these provisions. Even the common Orion flare pistol sold at boating supply stores is of polymer construction and features a smooth bore. Therefore I do not believe flare pistols are subject to these regulations.

It is a simple break-barrel design. It fires from the open bolt. The bolt doubles as the striker/firing pin. Elastic bands on both sides of the pistol serve as the striker spring, and this is also what holds the breech closed. There are attachment points on either side of the receiver for a trigger reset band.

The first (12 gauge only) version of the launcher featured a detached pistol grip with no ready means of attaching it. This version solves that problem by fusing the grip and frame into a single piece. I also added a tactical rail to the 26.5mm barrel for mounting a dot sight or other accessory. Barrels are interchangeable between the two models.

BE ADVISED THAT TRYING TO FIRE AN ACTUAL 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN ROUND FROM A POLYMER PISTOL WOULD CAUSE A HORRIFIC EXPLOSION AND COULD COST YOU YOUR LIFE! As stated previously, this pistol was designed to fire low-pressure flare rounds only, and there's no guarantee that it can even handle those.

The author of these files assumes no responsibility for the actions of anyone. Any sane person would take appropriate precautions when test firing such a device (e.g. mounting it in a vise behind sandbags and pulling the trigger with a long piece of string). If someone else tests it with ABS and says it's fine, don't print it in PLA and assume the same (or vice versa). There is nothing safe about this design, and even a minor variation in materials or printing method could cause a catastrophic failure.

I designed the barrel to be as strong as possible. It's 1.6" wide (twice the diameter of a 12 gauge flare round), so there's a thick ring of polymer surrounding the chamber on all sides. The barrel could be shortened if desired, but I would advise against making the chamber wall any thinner.

Areas with interlocking parts (e.g. the bolt/receiver interface and the trigger/sear) have been designed with slight gaps such that they will hopefully drop into place with little or no manual fitting. These dimensions may be altered once sufficient data is gathered from prototyping cycles.

All design files are hereby released into the Public Domain. Have fun.

~ Pietro


26.5mm/12 Gauge Flare Pistol (461 KB - ZIP)





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RIFLES




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AK47 "Feinstein" Magazine

Version: N/A

Author: Defense Distributed

Notes


AK47 "Feinstein" Magazine (3.7 MB - ZIP)





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AR Charging Handle

Version: N/A

Author: Fred Works

Notes

Charging handle for AR-15 or M-16


AR Charging Handle (3.7 MB - ZIP)





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AK-47 Receiver

Version: 1.1

Author: Proteus

Notes

AK-47 Receiver assembled from receiver flat dimensions. Made some minor changes to the original model as well as fixed an issue with side dimensions.

I have NOT tested this or printed this part. I have no idea what the results will be and if it will function properly. If you do decide to print and/or use this part, please check your local ATF restrictions and then re-size some of the holes to your specific gun (Specifically the trunnion holes).


AK-47 Receiver (62 KB - ZIP)





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10-22 Receiver

Version: N/A

Author: cncguns.com

Notes


10-22 Receiver (722 KB - ZIP)





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PISTOLS




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1911 Slide

Version: N/A

Author: cncguns.com

Notes


1911 Slide (478 KB - ZIP)





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1911 Bushing Wrench

Version: N/A

Author: Relentless

Notes

This is a weird barrel bushing wrench me and a friend at work developed over the course of a few weeks. The design came out of the fact that he said that with the traditional styled wrench there was a danger of the spring loaded guide tube flying out and possibly hitting you in the face. So he asked why I couldn't make him a round one. This is what we ended up with. You grip it with your palm, thus your hand is always over the spring. It works like a charm. Tell me what you guys think.


1911 Bushing Wrench (1.5 MB - ZIP)





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1911-A1 Frame

Version: N/A

Author: cncguns.com

Notes


1911-A1 Frame (402 KB - ZIP)





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1911 .45 Magazine

Version: N/A

Author: Bob Clark

Notes

Magazine, .45 cal GM, 1911, Minus the spring.


1911 .45 Magazine (4.5 MB - ZIP)





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AMMUNITION




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Compensators, Muzzle Brakes, Silencers, Sound
Modifiers, Flash Hiders/Suppressors, Sound
Moderators, Suppressors




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GRENADES




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F-1 Grenade

Version: N/A

Author: Efimchenko Pavel

Notes

Model of Russian grenade


F-1 Grenade (9.6 MB - ZIP)





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Basic Grenade

Version: N/A

Author: Brahim Koubaa

Notes

It's clearly a grenade but it can be functional.


Basic Grenade (45.4 MB - ZIP)





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MISCELLANEOUS




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