This is an AR-15 papercraft, the third iteration of a long project that has undergone several stages. I started posting these on /po/ a while ago, with the intention that it would be a modular thing that the community could add new parts to.
It is fairly detailed and takes a lot of paper, so you have to build it gradually and piece-by-piece. A classic M4 configuration, for example, would be 27 pages.
There are a couple of different styles for stocks, handguards, etc, and most things are available in black, tan, colorless, and sometimes gray versions. There are flattop and A1 upper receivers, as well as different barrel lengths. If yo want to build a longer barrel, note that there is no proper M16 handguard, although putting two carbine-length RIS handguards makes a rifle-length one.
The package is rather lightweight because I've omitted most of the V1 and V2 parts. The furniture and sights that haven't been replaced are still included though, so there are still a couple of hand-drawn pages. Download Link (Mediafire)
1. What kind of paper does this use?
For thickness, I'd recommend something thicker than printer paper, but experiment to see what fits your needs best in regards to color quality, foldabiliy (esp for curved parts), etc. The key is that it's moderately stiff.
In terms of size, use regular printer size. These vary by country, but as long as it's about 8 inches wide, you're good. Make sure the image takes up the whole page.
2. I don't want to use whatever filehost the download link sends me to, can I still get it?
The package itself is too large to send completely by email, but if you narrow it down by requesting a specific color scheme (black, tan, gray, or white) or a specific configuration, I can email you those files.
Additionally, if you know a better filehost, feel free to suggest it.
3. Where does X go?
If the notes files and construction photos aren't clear enough, just ask here and I'll explain. However, make sure you look at the photos first, since a picture is better than a written description.
4. There are no holes in the takedown pin hook.
My apologies. The holes were trapped under the colored layer and weren't displaying properly. I've recently uploaded a corrected version.