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PM AKM V2 by Hoborginc PM AKM V2 by Hoborginc
Package includes:
- Cover Page
- Patterns for metal parts & grip (22 png files)
- Patterns for wooden parts (7 png files) in 4 color variations.
- Plain white patterns (29 png files)
- Instructions (48 jpg files & 2 txt files)

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69XL Featured By Owner Edited Jul 7, 2014  New member
Awesonechan3 , I actually used the pen spring and poked a hole in the [disconnector] to 
kinda use both sides of the disconnector for strenth. ( or cut the spring appropriatly ).

Just starting working on BCG pg 1 !  dam , lots of reprints when you make a mistake !   LOL=P (Razz) 
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Awesomechan3 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014
you should reinforce the disconnector
it pretty easy to collapse 
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GamerRemark2 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2014
Could you please tell me where you got the larger spring for the bolt carrier?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014
From a spiral notebook.
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69XL Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  New member
Thanks for the 90-degree angle answer , as to the selector axles , I will use the originals for now.
just getting to page 5 of the reciever , can wait to start the barell.

Is there a way to post photo's here ?

Hint # 4 ...  When rolling paper to be a perfect circle , use [wooden dowels] .  they come in all sizes 
for each  circular pattern from axles to pins and barells .  even get a nail to use for the small pins to roll .
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014
I don't think you can post photos on a comment, but you can link to them with an href.
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69XL Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014  New member
Hi  , sorry to spell your name wrong !  oops.
 as to the new design of the traingular internal guide rails .............. does the 90' angle go on top ?
as to the selector axle , I will deal with it when I cross that bridge .
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69XL Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014  New member
Hey bobrutgers   Use Elmer's White glue !  I used crazy glue before , and it makes the paper thicker
Use a toothpick and some glue on top of your hand that holds the item .  when you hold the item , use the toothpick and use the glue on your hand to apply when needed [kinda makes a 3 hand].

TAKE your time ! , I just started last month , and I just got to page 4 !

Hi Hororginc !  
 Just 2 questions 
  
1 as to the new design of the traingular internal guide rails .... does the 90" angle go on top ?
2  as to the selector axle , I noticed 1 was too short for the [selector switch]
am I correct in this ? should I make 1 longer for the hole in the selector switch  ? seems 1 is too short .

So far so good !   and Hint # 3  /  use 400 sand paper on the model ! ,  makes better looking pieces !
and use a pencil and a matching magic marker too color in the raw edges of each piece .
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014
Yeah, the 90-degree angle goes on top. They started out as squares, but I got rid of the bottom corner to make room for the magazine.

Which piece is too short? Do you mean one of the cylindrical pieces? They worked fine for me, but feel free to modify them if it becomes necessary for your model.
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JuanPabloA1987 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014
Hi! This gun looks wonderful, so detailed! Now I finally have the time I need to make this gun. Only thing, I wanted to make it with different colors than the colors provided, but the process and the result of editing the plain white PNG files isn't pretty. Is there any chance you could provide the original SVGs?
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