Silicone Mold For AR-15 Lower Receivers

*Insert Ric Flair Whoooooooo*:

In part 1 (not posted because it’s slow moving) dude pours the liquid into the blue silicone mold.

As we (or maybe just me?) have come to expect, the website is unfinished and has no pricing info or any shop to purchase one of these.  I guess you have to contact him buy email – gunmold@gmail.com .  If someone does, let me know how much this thing is so I can update the post.  Thanks!

From the site:

The GunMold allows you to make a complete AR-15 lower receiver at home with NO FFL Transfer required (Federal Firearms License) Unlike an AR-15 (80%) Lower Receiver which requires machining or additional work this requires nothing more pouring, setting, removing the polymer lower and last but not least breaking off some polymer flashing. This video is part 1 or 2 and will show how to start make your ARMOLD from GunMold.com using the silicone mold and part will show how to remove the AR lower. This allows you to legally as many AR15 lowers as your heart desires with no GOVERNMENT involvement, no gun registration, no paper trails, no ATF, no backgrounds, no BS.

I had a silicon molding guy back in the day who did some prototype work for me. As you can see when he opens the mold at 1:55 there’s a lot of leakage flashing, but that stuff doesn’t take that long to clean up and then you have a pretty nice looking part.  Not something sellable IMO, but good enough to make for personal use, without having to jump through any paperwork of any type.  I’m really surprised no one brought this idea to market before!

Gun-Mold-AR15-ReceiverOh yea, and this is where I say BAN ASSAULT SILICONE, BAN ASSAULT POLYMER! :P

Thoughts?

Gat tip: Say Uncle

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