1/1 Walter P-99 handgun & silencer PAPER CRAFT

Drpepeprz

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Hey guys!

I was so impressed by this post http://www.scalemodeladdict.com/index.php/topic,8617.0.html that i decided to try out this different genre of our hobby

I got excited and went and bought this model on e-bay for about 12$ but since then found plenty of free ones online, you just need to google "Free paper craft"

Heres the real thing:



and here's what the paper model should look like:


"Sprues" and instruction:


Should be lots of fun!!
 

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Good Luck with this Jeff.
I'm here to answer any questions.
Just remember to score before you fold.

Jim
 

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Papermodder said:
Just remember to score before you fold.

Jim
Score? lol (nice start right?)

Guess it,s a good think i've only neen cutting so far...:p
 

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Hi Jeff. Scoring is the act of embossing a line depression on a fold line to allow an easy and straight fold.
I use Embossing tools that are used in scrapbooking,



You can use a dried up ball point pen to start with.
Using a steel straight edge, (Ruler) score along the fold line.
For the future it is a good idea to do all you scoring on the piece before you cut it out. It's a lot easier, and it gives you a reference for cuts.

Jim
 

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Cool, I have a CP-99 CO2 powered pellet gun. Looks just like the real one above, just a bit smaller.
 

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