now you can be right wherever you are.

You want 2 don't you?
says Neanderthal_Momdoer on Jul 11th 18 (#821158)


“Our culture will not just be preserved, but will have a new life in the Internet. The age of the downloadable gun has formally begun.” I always read about the gun control issues those who push it NEVER explain how they will get guns out of the hands of bad guys/girls, just disarm the Law Abiding Citizen that is stinking thinking
says Neanderthal_Momdoer on Jul 11th 18 (#2790009)
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If I had access to a proper 3D printer, I'd copy my AWM, piece by piece. Surely, it would be just "one shot" and then shatter to other unremarkable pieces. Unless the printing tech for consumers is ready to use some heavier elements and not just plastic. Military has used heavy elements for a decade or so in their printers, so I'd guess it's just about to break into the consumer market as well. One problem, in the face of law enforcement, is that printed copies have all the same marks, when it comes to bullets fired. This, alone, means that CSI has no way to track a bullet to a certain gun - and then again, as said, the gun would be in pieces after the shot, so... EDIT: Also, I'm not certain how they manage to implement the curves inside the pipe section, as there is always a spin in a bullet, in order to keep it from having a straight trajectory, which gives the wind a perfect way to affect the bullet. Never printed anything with a 3D printer, so I have no idea how they duplicate the grinding process for the spin. EDIT #2: Perhaps they just grind it like any regular gun. That would be the easiest way, obviously.
says ZonkeyBalls on Jul 11th 18 (#2790050)
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What is that ugly abomination of a firearm?! It looks like someone tried making an ugly rifle then gave up half way in.
says Sunny_the_skeptic on Jul 11th 18 (#2790055)
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function over fashion
says Neanderthal_Momdoer on Jul 12th 18 (#2790330)
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What the hell is that thing supposed to be, looks like a bolt action with pistol rounds, unnecessarily clunky I don't see any functionality in this.
says Sunny_the_skeptic on Jul 12th 18 (#2790404)
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some "odd"looking firearms that people use, have used
says Neanderthal_Momdoer on Jul 13th 18 (#2790616)
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No ... the "bolt" pictured is the "cocking handle" or "bolt handle". A device on a firearm which, when operated, results in the hammer or striker being cocked or moved to the ready position. You have the same thing on an Uzi or Mac-10, for examples.
says Walt_OReagun on Jul 13th 18 (#2790794)
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just working out the kinks on the 3D stuff I gave a Mossberg 590 (shockwave) a really nice home mine I left the house about 5:30 this am had a side arm with me and I'll damned if that 45. didn't hurt a soul allday amagine that :)
says Neanderthal_Momdoer on Jul 14th 18 (#2791027)
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Muy bueno!!
says Diego on Jul 11th 18 (#2790091)
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nope i dob't like guns too dangerous for me too loud too.
says LorraineTwevlehundredRaineTwelvehundred on Jul 11th 18 (#2790149)
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firearms are not for everyone many people don't belong the road
says Neanderthal_Momdoer on Jul 12th 18 (#2790331)
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Was that accident in your locality??
says LorraineTwevlehundredRaineTwelvehundred on Jul 12th 18 (#2790541)
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no we do get our fair share though
says Neanderthal_Momdoer on Jul 13th 18 (#2790620)
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