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PM 1911 by Hoborginc PM 1911 by Hoborginc
The is a fairly detailed M1911 papercraft, conisting of 8 pages for a complete model.

There are two variants included: Classic and Modernized. You are welcome to mix and match the features.

Download Link (Both versions w/instructions, PNG, Mediafire)

PDF Classic Version(w/ instructions, PDF, st.ash)
PDF Modernized Version(w/ instructions, PDF, st.ash)

FAQ:

Q: What are those extra panels at the bottom of the slide? How do I build the grooves?
A: Here's an illustration.. And here are the valley folds.

Q: How do I fold the guiderails?
A: Like this. Note that the narrowest face folds flat onto the widest face, forming a "shelf." The rest of it is a box.

Q: How do I build the rail base on the modernized version?
A: Look at its front and back faces. They should provide an idea of how everything else is folded. Here's a picture.

Q: What are the "inner sections" of the slide (pg.2) and where do they go?
A: If the "bottom of slide" is a u-shaped half-tube, its "inner sections" are attached inside it, to the larger hatched areas. Their job is to keep the spring front cap and the barrel apart. Here's a photo. Although covered by the bushing, they are partially visible from the front.
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heavyoxide Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New member Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I finished my version of your Colt M-1911.  It is posted on my site.  I hope that you approve of it.  Again, thanks for sharing.
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heavyoxide Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  New member Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I have finished your model with some modifications, the build thread is here at Zealots zealot.com/threads/1911-colt-a…   and at papermodelers.  At the moment, I am working on the display case/box for it.  I may make it again but I have the schematics to build all the working pieces and modify it even further.  Thanks for sharing.
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
That's very impressive. Definitely a step up in detail. I'm glad to have contributed to something like that.
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xXLilleSkuttXx Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014  New member
Where does the "Inside Block of Slide" go?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014
Between the right and left walls. In fact, it's what holds the slide together at the back.
On the image "construction 04" you can see the underside of the inside block. Note that it's not as tall as the side walls, and does not extend below the grooves.

The face with just a circle (representing the firing pin) on it faces forward: it forms the breech face and will be visible through the ejection port.
The face with a circle and a border faces backward: it forms the back of the slide and will be visible between the rear corners.
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xXLilleSkuttXx Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014  New member
Thanks, but what side is up and what side is down?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014
The white face, with triangular tabs, is a curved face that faces up and matches the curve of the top wall of the slide.

The flat gray face is down.
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xXLilleSkuttXx Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014  New member
Do i glue it or just leave it there?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014
Of course, it's a vital part of the slide and needs to be secure. Glue it to the right and left walls, then glue the top wall to it and the side walls.
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xXLilleSkuttXx Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  New member
Sorry to bother you, but thank you very much!
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