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I've looked at this. So the pic is upside down huh as you must hold controllers this way to enable a real similar feel for reloading. Does it benefit by at least adding a magnet for a good contact hold? You sell these online black don't you? Care to share a link or are others doing this unofficially?
Oh I see, there are others that load from underneath, one in same normal grip and the other is upside down.
I think it'd be cool to add a mechanism which acts the same as reload cartridge but fiddly whilst holding the controller anyways.
*this is in quotations for some reason help lol*https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2828833
Hey, I'm not selling this at all. This is a standalone project I've created to improve and build upon what is out there and where others have failed. I have no affiliation to anyone and am sharing this FREE and built from scratch. The picture isn't upside down and I decided to use exclusively 3D Printed material so I basically didn't have to leave my desk and buy other wasteful stuff such as magnets (makes recycling easier to to have glues or screws). You can see in the video I can reload pretty quickly and without any trouble given the slot in the grip design. There's more information here regarding your questions:
That said, I'd love I could turn into an 'prop gun' one day with real reloading and all, but it would be next to impossible considering there would have to be a way for the controllers to digitally and electronically serve the design, and even then every single FPS developer would have to conform to said 'prop gun's' layout and design for their video game, and none of us really wants that.