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3D printed guns - Good or bad?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by Overlander, Feb 3, 2016.

  1. hypnos

    hypnos Member

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    Did not read the article, watched a VICE documentary instead. I did read about gunsmiths in the Philippines, and saw some completed work that would collectively make Larry Vickers, Les Bauer, and whoever owns Nighthawk crap themselves.
     
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    That was a good one. Rock Island armory... now I get it!
     
  3. hypnos

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    Well,kinda. But no. In the Philippines you cannot buy firearms usually, but you can make them. I watched a great documentary about them handmaking their pistols, one handfitted part at a time. One in particular was very reminiscent of a browing hi power another a good deal like a smith and wesson 99. At any rate, the pistols where very impressive, not only for a homemade firearm.
     
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