Mandalorian themed wall mounts for the Mandalorian Rifle designed by Rob Pauza.
There's two mounts, one with a Mudhorn print and the other one with a Mythosaur print.
Ensure to mount it properly to the wall, and the right spacing between the mounts, the mount at the stock end should hang a bit lower than the pew pew end mount so the rifle is level.
The mounts are designed to hold the rifle just in front of the fore-end and in the middle of the stock (see pictures).
A helping hand is recommended as the spacing between the mounts is quite big.
Only the front covers might need support, though can be printed without.
Print with an infill of over 25% and at least 4 wall lines. Use a strong Filament. PLA is fine, just don't use a too brittle type.
Make sure to first mount the brackets to the wall before clicking the front cover over them, as taking the front covers off can be quite difficult and might break them.
There's 0.1 mm clearance between the front cover and the mounting bracket which should allow for a very tight fit. Sanding the connection on the brackets can help making the fit less tight, and a bit of CA glue will ensure a strong connection.
Each bracket has two holes with a diameter of 3 mm on each bracket. Screws will thread itself into the plastic.
Just hanging it from one of the holes is sufficient though.
Use the proper tools to mount the brackets to the wall, and make sure not to drill into any pipes or electricity lines in the wall.