Now if Schmuckey Schumer knew the history of the name, he would probably be blowing hemorrhoids our of his lips.
You mean in less than ten shots (probably one or two) it would be replaced by one of the firearms formerly carried by those enforcing the tyrants' commands? That does sound inconvenient for the far left fringe in the event that they attempted a transition to communism.
I believe you are referring to the WWII zip gun? I have not heard this "plastic gun" that was printed on a 3D printer referred to by any name resembling that which was issued as a throw away piece in WWII. Quite frankly, that was a very cheap and limited use piece. The printed gun for this demo was anything but cheap considering the equipment and time it took. I'd hate to think this gun was designed, built and fired for any reason than to establish that it could be done.
I do not believe that it's purpose was to manufacture a cheap, single shot pistol for mass production or sale. Quite frankly, the thing is not very concealable, is not likely very reliable, and being a single shot .22, would not be a very practical self defense weapon.