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The 3D-printed gun: When is high-tech too hot to handle?
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All the "3D printed" firearms printed thus far have only metal parts touching the cartridge when fired. Guslick's project was a "lawyers argument" in that by producing the lower receiver of an AR15 - the part that is normally serial numbered. But in that design, it holds the trigger mechanism, stock and magazine, but does not bear any of the direct loads of firing a cartridge.
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RE: The 3D-printed gun: When is high-tech too hot to handle? - by Garandman - 02-02-2013, 05:06 PM

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