Thanks but for the present I’ll keep the px4 I just got. It’s likely more fun.
I’m waiting for the full-auto rifle.
Democrats including Schumer are already writing bills to ban 3-d printers
Democrats want to grow government which will result in a loss of individual rights and freedom as democrats intend
This solves that pesky ban on felons buying guns. Just make all you need.
Is there a phone app for that yet?
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Chuck the Schmuck (Wiley Coyote)Schumer is writing a bill as we speak to ban nails and ammo.
It isn’t the gun I have been waiting for.
I don’t want something that only lasts for ten rounds and then maybe blows up in your hand.
What I am waiting for is ammunition I can buy to fire the weapons I have. Government has closed up the ammunition market. Without legislation.
Assuming America has been invaded and we have a real enemy to confront I would design a Liberator pistol to pass unnoticed through all their security systems.
make it look like a cell phone, flashlight, remote control, hairbrush, deodorant container. Anything else BUT a gay looking gun shape.
Buying a cheap .22 is probably much cheaper than purchasing the printer and plastic to make one. What did this pistol cost to make and how long will it last?
No, that is most definitely not the 3-d printed gun I’ve been waiting for.
When the article says a lot about metal powder and sintering, then I’ll start paying attention.
The pistol fired .380.
The pistol fired 6 times before the barrel had deformed to much to be safe
They tried to scale up to a 5.7x28 rifle round and got a kaboom
The pistol consists of 15 parts and a nail. The nail functions as the firing pin.
Each part is printed by using a 3D printer. It heats incoming plastic feedstock and then laying it down like a dot matrix printer one small dot at a time. starting at the bottom layer and moving up the object. the parts are then assembled by hand.
The printer is a $10,000 plus printer and the feedstock plastic is very expensive as well.
They embedded a chunk of steel in it so as not to violate the undetectable fire arms law.
After is it printed the parts are treated with acetone to make them harden up and seal up the pores.
Its a proof of concept of a very disruptive technology. It will be interesting to see where we go from here.
I want a .50 cal M2 and a 60 mm Morter. If the government can have them then I need them too!
TAKE THAT FEINSTEIN, REID, AND CLOWN.
I would be interested in hearing when someone successfully downloads these blueprints.