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This Guy 3D Printed His Own 8 Shot Revolver … And Legally Registered it!

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This Guy 3D Printed His Own 8 Shot Revolver … And Legally Registered it!

 

 

This Guy 3D Printed His Own 8 Shot Revolver ... And Legally Registered it!

This Guy 3D Printed His Own 8 Shot Revolver … And Legally Registered it!

With all this anti-2nd Amendment talk from the Left, note that it comes from low level mayors, all the way up to Presidential candidates, some of us True American Patriots may be concerned that one day a knock may come up our front doors. Or even worse, the door gets kicked in. Standing there will be some sort of ‘authority figure’ that is here to take all of your guns. If you think that’s far fetched, just listen to the platform that Biden and Harris are running on. They’ve both already stated they would take guns away from all Americans. … But they can’t take what they don’t know exists. (Is it still illegal to obtain, YES) Presently when you go to purchase a hand gun, you have to go through extensive background checks, and some states use just about any excuse to refuse you. Go ahead, try to get a handgun permit in the state of NJ. Even retired police / state troopers have issues. During these background checks, all known authority organizations are checked and notified. However, if you could MAKE your own handgun, then no one is the wiser because no one knows about it, except you. I’ll say this now and I’ll say it again a thousand times, NO ONE will take away my right to defend myself, my home and my family by any means necessary. I will do whatever is necessary to protect all that is mine, I have that right thanks to the Constitution.

 

 

 

The 8 Shot Cylinder of the 3D printed handgun

The 8 Shot Cylinder of the 3D printed handgun

But how does one go about ‘printing’ their own 8 shot revolver from a home 3D printer? Most 3D plans have been scraped from the internet to satisfy the anti-gunners. Printing your own 3D handgun will run anywhere from $500, up to several thousand dollars. It all depends on the build, the materials used, the features it has and how intricate it is. There is no requirement for a background check, there is no license required, and there are no other limitations other than having the available funds to purchase everything you need. (And of course you have the decision to register it or not; Legally you MUST)

 

 

The pictures in the article were posted by a person named ‘zimirken’ and they are of the 8 shot .22 lr PM522 WASHBEAR that he designed and 3D printed. The builder is allegedly a responsible gun owner who registered his homemade revolver with the Michigan State police, as required by law. He stated he used an ‘simple’ 3D printer, although he did not mention the make or model number. The ‘builder’ explained his ‘creation, “This is my PM522 WASHBEAR that I built this winter. It’s registered with the Michigan state police as is required by law. It was hilarious getting a call to come back into the office because I “accidentally” put my name in the manufacturer box. But I didn’t have any trouble with registration, and only had to talk to to the village secretary. This is currently my under the bed pistol. I’m just getting into cartridge guns from black powder guns and gunsmithing. I feel extremely safe having it there, because it is almost impossible to have an accidental discharge with this gun. The trigger pull is tremendous, the only way it is going to go off is if you have the will and adrenaline to pull its 20+ pound trigger pull. Also, the firing pin sits between rounds so you can drop it all you want.”  … (Article SOURCE)

 

 

3D Printed Handgun Disassembled

3D Printed Handgun Disassembled

 

 

 

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Steven
Steven
9 months ago

Are the patterns available?

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