This is a Model Kit. It comes in pieces. You assemble this yourself.
It is intended for use on the Glock17 Electric Blow Back [not the Gas Model]
This is not a COSplay ‘Safe’ item, when fully assembled, in our opinion.
It is Lightweight being comprised mainly of 3D Printed [honeycomb structured] parts, which is an advantage over other more Solid products. It is made from PLA plastic (and possibly some Resin parts) so it is Easy to Glue (use Vitabond CA Thick RED). The materials are Easy to sand, cut or file and Easy to Paint (use Revel Acrylic’s). It is durable and modifiable should you wish to add your own internal lighting, displays or sounds speakers.
It will comes with an Assembly Manual and general Help and Advice via. email support to ensure you get the build completed.
Each Gun will have a unique Serial Number.
If you have a preference then please let us know.
We suggest a format like this:
SERIAL NO. day-month-year 8 IDM0-IDMversion-leavethistous
SERIAL NO. 11-09-01 8 IDM0-1-leavethistous
SERIAL NO. 11-09-01 8 IDM0-1-001
It can take 4 to 6 weeks to produce these parts, depending on demand. We will notify you after purchase of the ETA for your Gun.
Model-making kits require some additional tools, glue, filler, sanding, undercoating and painting skills to achieve good results. We are here to help and advise on your build 🙂 We can also be commissioned to make it for you.
It requires an additional BB Glock17 style toy gun which is required by you to disassemble to add to this kit.
The actual raw product colours shown here are subject to change, but that is not an issue as you will be painting and weathering it anyway.
For non-UK orders we will print in Orange PLA, for UK orders we will print in Grey PLA.
When you ask us to make the whole LG item, with the BB Glock17, we can paint it Orange for non-UK orders, Black for UK orders.
Some parts may have the IDM logo on to dissuade re-casters.
We reserve the right to redesign parts to improve function, assembly and practicality, but will retain the visual intent.
Based on the opensource files by James Murphy