With the availability of replacement magazine floor plates, team Scorpion Evo has held a slight Thing advantage in the highly-competitive world of 3D printed SBR PCC (pistol cal. carbine) aftermarket accessories -- until TODAY! Introducing the integrated clip and spoon speed loading system for the MPX!
Featuring: - Xtreme "clip" asymmetric chamfering to make sliding inbetween rows of rounds painless, even on the most tightly packed ammo boxes! (see second render pic) - Additional chamfering on the end of said clip to facilitate quick loading of cartridges into the clip - Edge blends on the inside of the "spoon" to assist in printing vertically (current recommended orientation) - Moar chamfering on the edge of the spoon to make it easier to jam it onto your magazine - Compact enough you won't even notice it in your range bag - Smooth, clean appearance, with flat surfaces to Remix with your own logo!
Why fumble with hand loading cartridges from factory packaging, when that same packaging actually sets you up for quicker mag loading with the use of this Thing!
Be the envy of your friends, fill your mags at the range before they can even reload!!! See? That 3D printer was totally worth the investment. Download and Make today!
[/marketing] ________________________ In case you're wondering, the "LDRCF" version has my school centerfire rifle team's logo on it! I shoot my new SBR at 2-gun in hopes to replace my conventional AR-15 in 5.56x45 with a solution that is cheaper to shoot and very similar for matches under 100 yards. I calculated it would pay for itself in 5k rounds, but then after I bought it, and got the tax approved to make an SBR I realized I goofed with the math and it's actually 8k rounds... that's before the tax and mags and stuff...shhh! But glad I did it because I love this nimble little gun!!!! Can't wait to suppress it :D