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Sheriffs Office and Jail


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A Sheriffs Office must be well built, as it serves as both a headquarters for the sheriff and a jail for lawbreakers.

The Sheriffs Office is a multi-part model.  It contains a brick Jailhouse as a side building and has plenty of space for the placement of models throughout. The beams within the doorway are meant for printer support and can be removed to fit the door.

This model is scaled for Malifaux so will need scaling down for 28mm.

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  • 10 July 2017 – 1.2 Contains the cut version of the Sheriff’s office for small printers.
  • 4 April 2018 – 1.3 Adjustment made to scale of Sheriffs office for small printers.
  • 8 August 2018 – 1.4 Jail without door added.
  • 27 March 2019- 1.5 Locking pins have been added and filament door connection.


  • Right Click and “Save As” to download the below reference sheet.
  • Reference sheet for small printer option included in the zip file.




Additional information




Prints without Supports

Layer Height

.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)

3 questions for Sheriffs Office and Jail

  1. dale (verified owner)

    What scale is this supposed to be. I just spent 24+ hours printing it, and it seems a bit to tall for standard 28mm western figures. I printed the Minners shack and it seemed like the proper scale so I did not double check on this before sending it to the printer. Great model otherwise.

  2. blessedhorizonstudios (verified owner)

    There are doors for this print but they don’t fit because the door jams have wooden angled pieces in them, thus stopping the doors from fitting in without cutting out that part of the model. Also the holes on this are great for 2.35mm(3/32″) tubing as pins but some of the others use the PLA 1.75 filament as a pin. I prefer the 2.35mm holes as I can use brass pins or Styrene tubing. Great print though!

    • Sam Campbell

      These doors can be forced in with a bit of pressure.

  3. Delaney Anderson (verified owner)

    There is NO WAY, that door can be forced into that whole as said by the previous post. The door if you try to pit would be at an angle and looks bad. Those angled cross beams on the door do not allow the door to sit smooth and flush

    • Sam Campbell

      The beams inside the doorway are removed to fit the door in. These are meant as printer supports for the top beam across the door way.

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