AEP7 Laser Pistol

From the FALLOUT series of games, the AEP7 laser pistol was put into service with a generous battery size, tight shot grouping at range, resilience to extended use, and fairly decent damage output, it is a very good choice for a sidearm. Various styles of this weapon exist in the FALLOUT game(s).

This kit is from on Etsy.

This is what comes in the AEP7 Laser Pistol kit from on Etsy.

I ordered the electronic light kit for my AEP7 Laser Pistol and when I received my kit in the mail my electronics light kit was already installed into the AEP7 Laser Pistol kit as you can see in the picture.


Everything is 3D printed very well and very little if any clean up will be needed. I only had to knock off a few little strings on my 3D printed pieces that came with this kit.

I first assembled the rear of the AEP7 Laser Pistol kit that holds the battery compartment section. Everything lined up extremely well and no sanding or alterations were required.

This is the battery compartment holder in the open position.
Here I installed the brown underparts of the AEP7 Laser Pistol. They screw into place. I went ahead and put a small drop of glue in each screw as I attached these pieces.
Here I test fitted the trigger piece. I went ahead and screwed it into place to make sure the threads were ready to go to install the grip of the AEP7 Laser Pistol.
This is the grip of the AEP7 Laser Pistol. I assembled the pieces that I had just test fitted to the body and attached it to the AEP7 Laser Pistol grip. Time to put it all together.
Here I have the AEP7 Laser Pistol grip and trigger all assembled. It took a little wiggling to get everything all lined up but once alligned it all screwed into place with no problems.
The rest of the AEP7 Laser Pistol has now been assembled. Due to the location of the real battery unit is inside the body of the AEP7 Laser Pistol, I did not glue the lower bottom support into the grip or front support. I left it free so when I have to change batteries I will not have to worry about breaking it.

This is the back of the AEP7 Laser Pistol. The little red knob just glues into place but I made a little peg to stick into the knob so it would allign into the hole on the back of the AEP7 Laser Pistol body.

I then glued it into place.

Next was to add the yellow wire. I just stuck it into the holes of the AEP7 Laser Pistolbody and then with the wire clasp I screwed it into place and it holds the wire snuggly.

The part I was not looking forward to was cutting out all the decals. Depending on what reference you are using the decals are in different locations on the AEP7 Laser Pistol.

I went with what I was using as reference since it was the same colors of the AEP7 Laser Pistol I am putting together.

I then weathered the AEP7 Laser Pistol.

This is the one battery pack that fits into the battery holder of the AEP7 Laser Pistol. It is not real batteries, but a 3D print of the battery unit that this weapon uses.

I painted it up and added the decal.

The kit comes with two battery holders that do not have 3D printed batteries in them. I am guessing this is for cosplay or display reasons.

After I had this kit all assembled and weathered up a bit I do believe I am happy with it.
I will be putting this on display with my other Fallout props I have. Enjoy!

This is the battery compartment on the AEP7 Laser Pistol. As you can see it opens and closes.
You can even put in the 3D printed battery pack.

The power switch is under the front section of the AEP7 Laser Pistol.
When you pull the trigger button the red laser site lights up and then
when you push it again the green laser blast lights up.

Overall I am very happy with this 3D printed AEP7 Laser Pistol kit.
It was very easy to assemble and I had no problems with it.