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I was also the one that posted about 80% parties, but you must have missed that. I started this thread for those who have 3D printers, it is ONE option, not the only fucking option.

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I don't remember your question, but I think most of us here have known that building your own firearms is legal. In fact I had this conversation with Bobby about making a LEGAL shotgun out of two pieces of pipe and a screw.

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Plastic is ok but it is much better to just get a hold of a CNC machine and make your own out of aluminum. If the firearm is legal in your state, your location, it is not illegal to make your own. You do not need a firearms manufacturing license or serial numbers on it, BUT, you can not transfer that weapon to anyone else for any reason but it is legal to make it and use it. The price of CNC machines is coming down all the time. You can also go to classes and rent their milling machines and do the work there, but you have to make your own. Remember that 80% question I've asked a couple of times. Not one of the self claiming gun experts in here got the answer. Now maybe they will figure it out. Some times it is shocking at how little is actually known about the laws and how little some city folks know about what is actually going on in this country.

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3D printed AR15 3rd Generation Ready for Download (600 rds, no wear)

Defense Distributed announced that their 3rd generation of 3D printed lowers is ready for distribution. No one knows what the expected life of this lower will be, as it has been used to fire 600 rounds in rapid succession without discernible damage.

In the video, right and left handed shooters switch places while firing the test rounds in rapid semi-action mode. It is clear that the shooters are starting to suffer from hand fatigue from so much trigger action.

The lower receiver design has been reinforced. The upper used is a direct gas impingement type. I would expect that a piston driven design would also work, and might create less potential problems as there would be no hot gases ejected into contact with the lower receiver.

No one knows what the service life of this receiver will be, but 600 rounds without detectable problems is a good start.

ht tp://gunwatch.blogspot.c om/2013/02/3d-printed-ar15-3rd-generation-ready.html

ht tp://defensedistributed.c om/

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