Solid Model of Handgun

I know this has been asked many times before (I swear I searched first), but
does anyone have a model of a semi automatic handgun?
Me
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Greg Miller
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There are two pro/e files at...
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..and, you can open them with SW.
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Paul Salvador
Nope, I can't open the Walther PPK files. Used a number of different import settings -- no go.
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Sporkman
Spork, I in SW 2005 SP01 RC, but I'm able to open the PPK files with some caveats.
File>Open> ProE Part files does the job, and asking SW to find the features also does a pretty good job, but it seems to have a problem with sweeps.
Muggs
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Muggs
Interesting. Thanks for the reply, Muggs. That's just what I did, and with at least three different options (SW2005 SP0.1). Didn't even try asking SolidWorks to find the features. But I tried opening the Assembly with automatic opening of the Parts, and apparently that won't work. I'm opening individual Parts now and so far it's working (knitting, with "Try forming solid model" checked). Don't know what will happen when I get to the Assembly file, but we'll see.
I'm just curious about automatic pistol design -- don't need it for anything else. I'm not a gun enthusiast, never been military and never taken a gun apart. Only fired a pistol once in my life (not in anger -- in practice). Now I've got a client who's into all that stuff and I'm finding it might be helpful to understand certain common mechanisms. I'd be even happier to find a CO2 pistol to look at.
'Sporky'
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Sporkman
Spork,
Depending on the design, you could Google up a good "How to disassemble/reassemble your handgun" video from any number of aftermarket gun parts folks.
Also, try here:
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I would suggest looking at John Browning's 1911, nothing better until Gaston Glock decided to build his first gun.
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This is information for Spork! Please don't flame me to tell me how much you hate the Glock and how much better the (your favorite gun manufacturer here) is. This is merely my opinion, and as you know opinions are like armpits, everyone has at least one and they usually stink.
Muggs
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Muggs
Sporkman wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@bigfootDOT.com:
Spork,
I did an airgun for Crosman a few years back. Is there anything in particular you were looking for?
Matt
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matt
I need an accurate large frame (H&K UPS .45 type) and a small frame (.38 snub nosed revolver type).
Greg
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Mr. Me
Any of you guys who got the PPK fully converted into SW willing t make the files availible
snipped-for-privacy@sailstarusa.co
Thanks
-Davi
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dnberglund
I've got one in Solid Edge if you want the parasolid.
Ken "dnberglund" wrote in message news:j6ydnQAObMC03uPeRVn snipped-for-privacy@giganews.com...
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ken
Trade you for some AR15 parts in .sat.
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Scott

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