Monday, August 05, 2013

Sometimes "Make it bigger!" really does work

Defense Distributed created the first fully 3D-printed handgun called the Liberator a few months ago. Now a Canadian fellow on YouTube has revealed a 3D-printed rifle, which he continues to make improvements upon.

On the YouTube channel “ThreeD Ukulele” a man going by Matthew, who doesn’t show his face, uploaded three videos a few days ago documenting what he said are 14 total shots with the weapon before it cracks.
Single-shot turn-barrel.  And we want accuracy results, dammit.

And yes, the tears and screaming of gun bigots and hoplophobes are sweet.

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