@firstname.lastname@example.org @Agrandmaster@social.kyushojitsu.ca @Moon@shitposter.club That depends on how you define "no actual firearm parts". If you mean "no parts legally considered a firearm", then yes. If you mean "no parts which are part of a conventional firearm, and not 3D printable", then very much no. It uses a conventional AR15 fire control group, conventional barrel, buffer tube and spring and so on
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Sure, but sometimes there are simpler ways to accomplish things that don't require either great luck or exotic high end polymers.
I'll direct you towards the concept and operational use of the FP-45 Liberator.
That said, there are probably better ways to try and sort those problems than trying to 3D print an armory
@animeirl that you will not get a 1000 rounds out of, and electrolysis production of a barrel is a bitch.
@Agrandmaster@social.kyushojitsu.ca @firstname.lastname@example.org @Moon@shitposter.club Depends on the tech used to 3D print it, but generally speaking, in my opinion, you can't fully 3D print something that would remotely compare to an actual firearm. One would probably be better off just building up an AK receiver or whatever, since those don't require complex machining. Alternatively, depending on country, spare parts for most guns can be acquired pretty easily leaving only the receiver to come up with. Thus, an AR isn't too hard to just build using mostly conventional methods
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