When you roll with Task Force X, a simple weapon will not do. In the film "Suicide Squad," each character had a trademark weapon, and Harley Quinn was no exception. Along with baseball bats and mallets, Harley brought a pair of heavily customized Chiappa Rhinos to the party -- and now, you can print your very own copy using a 3D printer and the designs of Seanna Evans.
As her entry into a cosplay accessory contest, Evans created the details and files needed to print a faithful recreation of Harley's unique weapons. The design is a first for Evans, a 3D modeler from Vancouver, Canada. All of the files needed to print the gun can be found on Pinshare, a 3D-printing community and marketplace that features thousands of designs to be printed via additive manufacturing. After printing, painting and assembly are required to complete the look.
The Chiappa Rhino is a distinctive revolver from the Chiappa Firearms in Italy. The Rhino fires from the lowermost chamber, which is unusual for revolvers. It also features a barrel that is much lower on it's axis when compared to similar revolvers. Both of these designs are intended to reduce muzzle fire and recoil in the weapon. Seanna's design mirrors the movie's version of Quinn's gun, which has a double action-single action 6 inch barrel.
Directed by David Ayer and starring Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Viola Davis, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney and more, “Suicide Squad” is now available for digital HD download and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on December 13.