3d printer plans for a pistol, assault rifle parts, posted online
A fully usable pistol and assault rifleprinted" Plans released from the Internet. According to the Australian Science report, an amateur gunman who used the name \"HaveBlue\" has been fully put into use. 22-caliber pistol and AR-parts 15 assault rifles He announced on the online forum that he had tested the pistol Made of a large piece of plastic material- 3D printer available Successfully fired more than 200 bullets. He also released a video on Google testing the launch of AR. 45 variants of AR Assault rifles assembled mainly from printed parts. HaveBlue also released a template for a major component of AR- Assault rifle on 3D printing website. Despite internal debate over the legitimacy of the post, his assault rifle component template has recently been linked to the Thingiverse profile page. In the past year or two, the popularity of 3D printers as these devices has surged -- Used to be a field of large business operations- Enter the domestic market. In 2003, the price of a 3D printer was $40,000. Now you can buy a home model for over $1000. The printer creates solid plastic objects in any shape you specify, and previously used to create plastic prototypes for commercial objects. However, with the advent of home printers, they are used to print everything like toy soldiers, Lego toys, bathroom hooks, furniture, etc. . . Even replaceable components for household appliances. You don\'t need to design your own items. Large databases have already appeared on the Internet.