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3D printed metal gun gets through 1,000 rounds

Technology, stop it before it kills someone!

3 Responses to “3D printed metal gun gets through 1,000 rounds”

  1. The Jack Says:


    Good thing it doesn’t use any of those sucky NIM Parts.


  2. J- Says:

    I’m sorry, but I just don’t get the WOW factor. I did my PhD in materials engineering and additive manufacturing. I built medical devices, landing gear for aircraft, struts for race cars, you name it. Some company finally builds a 1911, which is not particularity complicated or intricate, and everybody goes nuts. I feel like I am missing something.

  3. Windy Wilson Says:

    It’s big news because of the ignorance and mendacity of the anti-liberty Hoplophobes who think that banning something will cause people to not make it or get it some other way (The same people who want to make gun ownership illegal can see the flaws in that argument if you substitute the word “Drugs” for “Guns.”

    Realistically, if you can get the metal, it can really be made anywhere you have drills and cutters, and measuring devices. The Jews, after all, made guns in the Warsaw Ghetto without benefit of milling machines or MIM or 3-d printing.