3d printing

The homie puts some rounds through his new print:

The integrated VF…*cough.. clears throat* front mag holder is pretty sweet.

I don’t know if gun companies are scared quite yet of 3d printing… but I’m sure they will be.   As you can see in the video, there are definitely issues with design and shrinkage etc that cause FTFs and various other things you don’t want to happen.  It’s still early though in the grand scheme of things.  I expect problems like that to be a thing of the past within the next few years.

You really can’t beat Print Shoot Repeat when it comes to 3d printed guns.  As I always say the music and everything else is PRO too.



The intro gets me hyped up every time.  Beautiful build:

The foldy boi bracy too. For $300 thats crazy-nice looking.

👀 Print Shoot Repeat is wearing the ENDO AK-47 Fire Selector Switch t-shirt.  Nice of him to shout out the brand and Instagram page at 2:30!  Always awesome to see people wearing my stuff online and offline.

3:37 – Ooooh that side charging looks / sounds great!

8:16 – Riptide Rails is such an asset to 3d gun printing.

I lose my mind at the quality of the video, editing, and music evert time on Print Shoot Repeat vids.  The humor obviously is a huge bonus too.  Like the ASMR Deadpool Patreon supporter shoutouts at the end ahhaa.



VFG or not VFG… 🤔

People have way too much fun with 3D printers.

Gat tip: enormousgreenragemonster


haha crucial:

This should be a “thing” done with every design.


New to 3d printed gun YouTube.  STRONG right out of the gate:

More trials and tribulations with the 3d printed VZ 61:

The channel is Print Shoot Repeat.  The production quality is high, editing is on point, and the music is great.  Such a good brand name too.  Printing VZ 61 as one of his first prints is such a flex.  I watched the parts kit unboxing video too.  I bet the parts industry is lucrative as hell right now, hopefully there is enough supply for years to fill all the demand.

Another thing that I find really cool about the 3d printing community is that everyone seems to be really positive and helpful in the comments everywhere.  Someday if I have an extra room with good ventilation I definitely want to get a 3d printer.  Call me paranoid, but I’m super afraid of the (harmful?) off-gassing when printing indoors.



3D printing guns in Europe.  I’m a simple guy… I see a documentary on 3d printed guns, I cut up an apple, make some tea, and I hit play.

Popular Front did a nice job on this.  I first became familiar with them through their instagram page, because they share a lot of shocking footage and interesting pictures from war zones.

I’m always surprised when guys agree to be on camera for something that illegal as long as their voice is distorted.  In Engineering we did all sorts of exercises with images, video, and audio.  Writing code in Matlab to reverse image filters, interpolate pixels on raster images when resized, filter audio.  That was during my undergrad years.  I can only image what types of tools law enforcement and whatever the NSA equivalent in Europe probably have, to use in conjunction with voiceprint data they almost definitely have.  The guy mentioned earlier in the video that he didn’t have anything to lose though… and hopefully since he’s just doing this currently as a hobby there are bigger fish to fry and they leave him alone.

18:50 – Hold up… this man has a suppressor too? haha sweet.  I’m no suppressor aficionado, but it looks like a factory made one doesn’t it?  They don’t mention it at all in the video.  I have heard that those are less of a big deal in other countries, so maybe that’s part of it.

19:45 – Ahhhh come on bruH.  That’s a party foul.  You don’t brass someone like that. Not cool haha.

21:25 – He’s asked about what he thinks about law enforcement trying to find him when the documentary comes out.