This was an idea for an original ship idea I had one summer. I imagined an experimental pocket starship from the Kirk/Spock era of Star Trek that was a forerunner of the Runabouts of the Picard/Sisco/Janeway era. This small ship is much like the runabouts in its landfall capability, tactical starship ability, and economical size. It is, however, more reminiscent of an early time in the federation. There are no separate instructions, just a schematic for parts on the model pages themselves.
My first model... designed entirely with paper and ruler then scanned and edited. Long before I learned 3D CAD and Adobe. Makes a Phaser 1 and 2 that are detachable if you get the scale just right. Enjoy!
The phaser pistol from Star Trek the Next Generation in its first season looked like a "Dust Buster" and was nicely modified to this broomhandle look for the next 6 seasons and the movies. This model gives you a 1:1 phaser with both the TV and Movie versions of the grip.
This was a 1:1 paper model of a Phaser Rifle I made for a fan-made Star Trek movie that never seemed to come around. The producers wanted a 100 rifles on screen, and paper models seemed to be the best method. I designed this quickly for them and they thanked me - but I never saw a finished movie. Too bad. But you can have your own rifle, or arsenal of them, just for the printing and cutting... and glueing.
I never made instructions for the model but there is a graphic of how the parts come together within the model itself. Write me with any questions of how things fold up if you have any trouble.