CZAR v3 remix w-OEM Folder

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This is a remix of the CZAR v3 that utilizes an OEM folding mechanism. Huge thanks to s3igu2 for doing the CAD on this and making my idea a reality

 

README
For frame assembly, reference Ivan's video on his odysee channel:

https://odysee.com/@Ivan%27s_CAD_Streams:c/Vz61TutorialV1.0:c? r=AHrWtA8u7pb414kfXRPgn2Xskm1DGYKp

You will have to remove the original wire stonk from the folding mechanism because the printable receiver is longer than the OEM frame by a few inches. Be advised, the OEM wire stonk is made from pot metal material and will melt quickly if you try to sweat it out. You'll have to drill out the old mounting pins (approximately 3/32") then finagle out the old stock.

Use 1/4" round steel to make the new stonk. Make your bends using a torch BEFORE cutting to length. You can probably get away without using the torch but a simple map gas + oxygen set up works well. Once you've got it bent up and cut to length, install it onto the folding mechanism, drill the holes for mounting to the folder, use 3/32" pins and JB Weld to secure it.

You might’ve to do some filing in the area where the folding mechanism installs however the file is a STEP, so adjust as needed.

If you need help, contact me on rocket chat: guttercheese

This was meant to be a personal project, so please forgive to lack of documentation. Lots of people were asking so rather than send it out to individuals, here ya go!

Obey your local laws or don’t. I am not responsible for foolish charges brought against you if you are busted with an unregistered SBR. 

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CZAR w-OEM Folder.zip zip

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Version: 3.0.0 latest

initial upload

about

This is a remix of the CZAR v3 that utilizes an OEM folding mechanism. Huge thanks to s3igu2 for doing the CAD on this and making my idea a reality

 

README
For frame assembly, reference Ivan's video on his odysee channel:

https://odysee.com/@Ivan%27s_CAD_Streams:c/Vz61TutorialV1.0:c? r=AHrWtA8u7pb414kfXRPgn2Xskm1DGYKp

You will have to remove the original wire stonk from the folding mechanism because the printable receiver is longer than the OEM frame by a few inches. Be advised, the OEM wire stonk is made from pot metal material and will melt quickly if you try to sweat it out. You'll have to drill out the old mounting pins (approximately 3/32") then finagle out the old stock.

Use 1/4" round steel to make the new stonk. Make your bends using a torch BEFORE cutting to length. You can probably get away without using the torch but a simple map gas + oxygen set up works well. Once you've got it bent up and cut to length, install it onto the folding mechanism, drill the holes for mounting to the folder, use 3/32" pins and JB Weld to secure it.

You might’ve to do some filing in the area where the folding mechanism installs however the file is a STEP, so adjust as needed.

If you need help, contact me on rocket chat: guttercheese

This was meant to be a personal project, so please forgive to lack of documentation. Lots of people were asking so rather than send it out to individuals, here ya go!

Obey your local laws or don’t. I am not responsible for foolish charges brought against you if you are busted with an unregistered SBR. 

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Project Info

release date

Dec 25, 2023

artifact type

Printable project

library category

Printable Firearms

fabrication method

Primarily Printable

fabrication tool

3D Printer

release country

United States

language

English

license

No license

Firearm Info

type

Pistol

platform

vz. 61

caliber

.32 ACP

part

Frame

files

File Extension
CZAR w-OEM Folder.zip zip

versions

Version: 3.0.0 latest

initial upload

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