3d printing

$2900 of pure profit 😂.  King behavior:

Interesting that they won’t be buying back 3d printed guns in the future.. so… are they guns or not? 🤔

I’m not on top of Houston TX crime.. but those 274 murders are likely mostly gang violence right?  I highly doubt its dudes with families in the suburbs with GHOST GUNS 👻.

Funny how they ask the guy in the video (the mayor of Houston) “do you really expect criminals to turn in their guns at these buyback events?” and he answered yes. Smh..

By the look of the pictures that were shown in the vid, people turned in junk guns that were probably just rusting in an attic or toolbox in a garage.  Probably none of the “Glock wiT Da Switch” type guns they were hoping for.


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Print Shoot Repeat talks about it:

“Our software recognizes 3d printed weapon files and blocks them from being printed.  It is open source so that 3d printing industry can join us in the fight” 😂💀

Their printers look cool enough, but quite the high horse to stand on and virtue signal.  Not really sure what this accomplishes other than a loss in sales. 🤔

Here’s the video PSR shows from Dagoma about how “3d weapons are a real problem, we must act now to stop them”:

0:32 – So they want people to submit 3d printed gun files to them, so they can in turn MAKE THEM USELESS ONCE PRINTED. Ahhaha what a strategy.

haha it explains later in the vid that they they are modifying the files and then redistributing them “where they found the originals”.  Most people are just going to go to the actual source.  I wonder what French law thinks about them distributing 3d printed gun files?  Not to mention the liability issue if someone gets hurt, which PSR brings up.



The top questions Hoffman Tactical gets asked:

0:56 – Why not print with the stock and pistol grip integrated into the lower receiver (like the KP-15 Polymer receiver)?

Different techniques discussed for making lower receivers:

7:07 – Metal casting

9:36 – Using a forged carbon fiber using 3d printed molds

11:00 – Salt remelt method

13:04 – Printing a low infill 3d printed part and filling it with epoxy

14:57 – Where do I find the files?  See the Print Shoot Repeat video on the topic + Hoffman Tactical‘s website.

17:08 – How many rounds do 3d printing firearms last?  Hoffman says he has just over 1000 rounds on his personal 3d printed AR-15.

21:10 – What is the hose clamp for, and why do you use it?

I really enjoy how Hoffman puts a lot of thought and consideration into everything.


Print Shoot Repeat knows how to have a good time:

He could have also called this “1 hour of music that will make you have to pee”.. that subtle water trickle in the background paired well with the massive cup of tea I was drinking haha.  I know that no one cares the flavor, but it was mint tea.

I made the suggestion in the comments for a 3D printer ASMR.  I think that would go over well… just the soothing sounds of freedom being laid down one molten plastic line at a time.  I always appreciate when someone puts effort into a micro-niche ASMR vid.  Speaking of which, ASMR Rich is absolutely killing it with his Gun ASMR.  When he started his YouTube channel he dabbled in various other types of ASMR vids, but the gun ones obviously hit the most, because it’s pretty much exclusively what he does now.  341,000 subs!  Nice..



The 3D2A fellas at it again:

I love this kind of stuff 😂..  Two is one is none 😏 .. you might really the Airsoft version of this I posted back in 2016.  Can’t also forget the actual freaked Glock setup where they are flipped 90 degrees and mounted with the red dot in the middle like a damn airplane (thumbnail pic); the “Doppelglock”.  It’s only a matter of time until one of the bois does a similar one piece print.



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.