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Solid Concepts:

November 7, 2013 was an exciting day for Solid Concepts: We announced our successful printing and firing of the world’s first 3D Printed metal gun. Two weeks later, we announced our 1911 3D Printed metal gun had reached over 1,000 successful rounds of firing without failure. Today, with our very first 3D Printed metal gun nearing 2,000 rounds of firing, we are pleased to share our success with you once again, this time a bit more literally.

Solid Concepts will release a limited run of 1911 3D Printed metal guns for purchase; we will only manufacture 100 of these limited edition 3D Printed metal guns. The limited run 1911 3D Printed

8 Responses to “3D printed guns for sale”

  1. wizardpc Says:

    If I had $12,000 to buy a gun, this would be probably third on my list.

  2. Standard Mischief Says:

    >If I had $12,000 to buy a gun..

    Disney pricing model. After this very limited run, the design goes back in the Disney vault for another decade. Or so they would like you to think. Anyway, those later, more mudane purchases won’t come with the “wooden showcase box complete with a 3D printed metal plaque and signed certificate of authenticity.”

  3. Paul Says:

    12 Gs?

    Now I can see they will one day be collector items (and maybe instant ones at that) but when you BUY them at 12 grand and then have to SELL them, well not many collectors have 12+ Gs to buy them!

  4. Brad Says:

    Geez, for that kind of loot I want at least a M-18a1 57mm RCL gun.

    Of course with 3D metal printing, that should be possible! heh heh heh

  5. Bryan S. Says:

    Paul, in 20 Years, 12gs will buy a coffee. I hope it would fetch more than that in the future.

  6. Lyle Says:

    “…not many collectors have 12+ Gs to buy them!”
    “…we will only manufacture 100 of these…”

    See the connection? They won’t need many collectors to sell 100 units. What’s that; about 0.0000003% of the U.S. population?

  7. Michael Says:

    So, ummm, how exactly does this differ from just buying a normal 1911 from any other manufacturer? (Other than price, of course)

  8. Paul Says:


    If in 20 years 12 G’s buys coffee then I doubt many will have the money to buy one of these due to the country electing a dictator to solve their problems (as Germany did.)

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