The Puck’n’Trigger mod [Puck Design Contest Entry]

As already mentioned on @Glyphiks thread, we had the same brilliantly stupid idea to create a puck shell that turns it into a trigger remote.

So far, I have re-built the puck guts casing, added a trigger to the thumb wheel, and mocked up a pistol grip to the back shell

Next step is working on the ergonomics by adapting the angle of the trigger and of course deciding on how to best adapt the puck guts shell for a better look and feel.

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I completely forgot I was supposed to make my version of a grip pucc XD

guess I better get on that

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May I suggest that you print the buttons with the icon oriented the correct way?

@poastoast has been having fun with button icons

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absolutely! keep an eye out on my GH page tomorrow, I’ll have my vA (i printed so many buttons in such short time I didn’t care to keep track of numbers) buttons up n ready (they’re set for my shell, but I can make some changes for other shells if requested :wink:

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I had the same thought yesterday and was playing around with rotating the button faces

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Still playing around with finding the right position of the trigger for both forward and brake. I added a picatinny rail to throw on a flash light when needed.

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Ooh flashlight mount is coool

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pew pew mfs

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This is looking better and better :+1:t5::+1:t5:

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looool

That seems like a quick way to get into trouble.

Just uhh,

  • Don’t pull it out of your backpack in the coffee shop
  • Don’t make it out of black filament
  • Don’t GIVE IT A FUCKIN SCOPE :rofl:
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I haven’t found any design/shape of my own guts casing that I’m satisfied with yet. So I took a detour for an easy way to use the OG Puck shell with a trigger design. Just need to swap the thumb wheel and can keep the lanyard connected if you don’t want to snip it.

I added a stash box in the handle for small tools, keys, joints, or the XT90.

I’m happy with the fit, so going to print this in TPU next for added comfort and durability.

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That’s sweet! Nice work! Repurposing the top shell of the puck is brilliant!

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Oh it’s not just the top shell, it’s a complete Puck. To apply, you remove the original Puck screws, replace the thumb wheel with a trigger wheel, and then bolt the whole Puck, bottom and top shell, into the grip base using the Puck screws.

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That’s really cool with that compartment. Most people don’t know this, but you can put your weed in there. :call_me_hand:

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I like the pop off compartment for storage.

Would be awesome to include space for little magnets and a hinge on the handle door so there aren’t any latches or tools needed to open it

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Really cool design!! I don’t know that I’ll be able to use it because of where I live, but I love the creativity here + using the existing shell is genius

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What’s the concern about using it in Portland? That it resembles a pistol still, even with the bulbous puck end?

Liability in one city is a desired feature in another. Would fit right in around here.

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Made some needed adjustments and then printed in TPU. It turned out great and I love the flex, grip, and durability of TPU. I also found a good place for an optional picatinny rail. Without the rail, you can reuse the stock Puck bolts 2.5x20. If adding the rail, you’ll need something longer so I’m waiting for some longer bolts to arrive to find the correct length, should be 2.5x25

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#itsnotaguniswear

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