The Adderini is a compact 3D printed crossbow pistole that can be produced with commercially available 3D printers. It was developed by Łukasz Janikowski and is very popular in the 3D printer community.
In the standard version, the Adderini’s magazine holds 6 bolts, which are also compatible with the Sliding Legolini. The pistol is cocked using a cocking lever, which tightens TheraBand Gold bands with a 4-fold leverage effect. An open sight system is used for aiming.
The pistol is also equipped with 2 picatinny rails for laser sight/flashlight/foregrip and red dot sight or short scope.
This kit contains all the essential components for the project, so that only the parts need to be printed and assembled. When selecting the components, I attached particular importance to the fact that they were of the highest quality. That is why I only sell screws and nuts made of A2 stainless steel, for example.
The models and instructions for assembly can be found on Łukasz Janikowski’s Homepage (www.legolini.com)