Skip to comments.First Liberator Spotted In The Wild?
Posted on 05/13/2013 3:59:00 PM PDT by marktwain
Found this over on DefDists twitter feed, and it appears to be a Liberator printed in New Hampshire. The first of many, Id bet.
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You know part of me wants to point out that that is not a very cool looking gun or something like that...
But what that picture really does is make me grin from ear to ear with pride.
You can go to the cabela’s web site and order a real handgun, colt 1851, and have it sent to your house. No questions asked. A .44 cal colt 1851 is a seriously scary gun. Why mess with this toy?
I don’t need one. I don’t want one. But the more Americans there are who print one (or dozens!), the safer I’ll feel. Go ahead, Obama/Schumer/Pelosi, see if you can track everyone who has met anyone who had access to a 3-D printer. Perhaps we can move away from “prior restraint” laws that attempt to control crime by limiting law-abiding citizens and move to a sensible model of punishing and imprisoning violent criminals who use guns against the innocent.
That's what they did in Scotland ~ which is why most Scots live in America ~ their ancestors got government paid voyages!
This gun is hand-size ~ which is good ~ and it's essentially undetectable by today's best sensors.
No doubt the designs will improve with use of this new technology, and eventually you'll get the sort of ammunition that's perfectly matched with the design to allow you a reasonable degree of accuracy at a distance.
This is simply the first day of the rest of the battle toward the liberation of humanity from dictators and leftwingtard regulatory excess.
black powder is great. If you have molds you can melt down car battery lead(infinite supply) to make you own bullets. How cool is that? Black powder rules.
Don’t see why an AR 15 lower couldn’t be made with a printer. Frontier Armory is already making polymer receivers. Now that would get their knickers in a twist.
I might have to post it again!!
Having gone over this before, but you should be able to build a small 'rocket' as a server ~ using your ipad/ipod/android as a client with an Ap that steers toward the center of your camera shot.
A ramjet design would be OK ~ air in front, burn in the middle, thrust out the rear ~ (this is a really short burn device which simplifies both the steering method ~ and the combustion chamber).
It delivers a poison needle, a piece of broken glass, whatever ~ all light weight stuff so the rocket can take it further.
The launching device ~ now being printed out as a plastic gun, can be simplified and you could use these as remote firing sites under just your control.
So, how many such devices could you control with a Iphone? Should be as many as the telephone array I saw being set up yesterday in a large home. To make sure a handicapped person is always near a phone they hooked up what seemed to be 18 phones in various spots. The designer saw no problem at all in handling that many devices simultaneously from an Iphone. Certainly remote firing points would be no greater problem for launching miniature but very deadly simple gunpowder driven ramjets.
The propellant is simple ~ using your traditional black powder recipe found in every dictionary, substitute pulverized AGAR AGAR for the charcoal. That way you don't need to roll out compressed grains ~ the flash powder will work just fine. I'm thinking you could brush it onto scotch tape, then roll it around a small plastic tube shaped core. It would burn around the wrapping applying steady thrust.
The 3Dprinter should provide you the accuracy needed to produce ammo tubes that don't tumble in flight!
It's still available for download.
I would make my own, I've done it before, but I'm just too old to mess with it and put up with the damned government hassle to boot.
The only word I can think of to describe the world and this nation today is PREPOSTEROUS. The inmates are running the asylum.
Everything Thomas Jefferson was concerned about has come to pass and the morons are breeding like flies!
Where in Virginia are you? You may be a cousin, we got around!
I am in a hidden bunker in central va. That is all I can reveal.
I have the recipe memorized:
“Why mess with this toy?”
Because the government doesn’t want me to!
Got cousins all over, Russell County, Wythe County, whole SW corner.
Or as King Theoden said before the attack on Helm's Deep ... "How did it come to this?"
Just looked it up. I guess the Liberator is more scary to them ‘cause 99% can be printed as opposed to an AR.