Maverick PG22 Short Revolver Details
The PG22 Maverick designed by PilotGeek is a great 3D printed gun to get started in the hobby.
With affordable Maverick parts kits ($60 on average) and minimal parts required, this gun is bringing 3D gun fun to the masses.
Chambered in the old-school .22 short with a pepperbox-style chamber mechanism the PG22 is seriously cool.
The updates to this revolver included a better grip, improved aesthetics, and a cocking mechanism that automatically rotates the cylinder.
Pilot Geek’s Maverick v2.4 in the Wild
Maverick 22 Short Revolver Tech Specs
The PG22 Maverick V2 is a small gun that shoots small bullets called .22 short.
It has been improved from the original version by changing the grip and adding a feature that allows the cylinder to rotate automatically when the gun is cocked. This makes it shoot faster.
The PG22 has a safety feature that prevents accidental firing, and it can be manually decocked. The gun is designed to use .22 shorts because they are easier to load and eject, and more powerful bullets tend to get stuck.
Required Parts for the Pilot Geek’s Maverick Revolver
- 3D Printer
You will need the following hardware for the PG22. All of the materials can be found at a hardware store and modified using Pilot Geek’s documentation.
- Firing Pin
- Guide Rods
Suggested 3D Print Maverick 22 Revolver Settings
The slicer settings for Pilot Geeks Maverick v2.4 22 short are as follows:
Nozzle Size: 0.4mm
Layer Height: 0.14mm
Walls: 4-5 layers & min 35% infill
Infill Density: 100%
- Pattern: Zig-Zag
- Density: 15-20%
- PLA+ (eSun, Polymerk or stronger)
- DANGER: NO ABS
So what are you waiting for? Heat up your 3D printer’s bed and get to printing!
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