Land Of The Free Suppressor Bacon And A 3D Printed Suppressor

Top shot season 3 winner Dustin Ellermann does it:

Yup that’ll do.  Check out this cool 3D printed suppressor below, which his CLASS 2 SOT buddies made.

3D-Printed-SuppressorWow ahhaha.  I should have assumed that could be easily done.  Better ban plastic and 3d printers ASAP.  Or at least in states where the criminals can’t start their own businesses, get manufacturing licenses and print these.  Criminals love being above board with everything.

I expected more baffles.  That said, I don’t know anything about suppressor design. I just assumed if the length wasn’t needed for baffles they would just make it shorter rather than have an area for gas pressure to build up.  *shrug*

How long until they 3D print a suppressor out of bacon fat and eagle spit as the ‘merica bonding agent? Sign me up for the pre-order.




Blaine March 14, 2015 at 10:07 am

The larger the baffle chambers, the better suppression you typically get. The more area you have allows the gas to expand, and slow down, thus lessening the sound. That is why larger caliber suppressors have larger chambers for the higher amount of gas they create.

ENDO-Mike March 14, 2015 at 12:26 pm

Ah gotcha. That makes sense now that you mention it.

Disco March 15, 2015 at 06:51 am

…or we could just legalize it all and leave people alone.
Same with dope and taxes but that would smack of liberty.

ENDO-Mike March 15, 2015 at 02:41 pm

I agree.

hunter57dor March 16, 2015 at 03:24 pm

Better ban washers and plumbing pipe too. and sheet metal. and hand tools. and wood. and…..

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