An online community of 3D-printed firearms enthusiasts created a fully working 3D-printable semiautomatic pistol caliber carbine for $350. It would seem that now, you can 3D print fully functional RPG launchers.
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In less than a decade, 3D-printed firearms have progressed from Cody Wilson’s Defense Distributed’s single-shot “The Liberator” pistol, which was printed publicly online to access in 2013, to something like a completely operational 3D-printable semiautomatic pistol carbine wholly printed at home, to what now would seem to be a rocket launcher-like machine. claims The Free Thought Project.
Deterrence Dispensed, an online club that advocates and publishes open-source 3D-printed handgun designs, has built what seems to be a recoilless launcher, according to journalist Jake Hanrahan.
Hanrahan said it’s a “66mm recoilless launcher with shoulder rest attachments, allowing it to convert to a mortar on the go.”
Another video displays the recoilless launcher supported on what looks to be a bipod operating as a mortar, as shown by Hanrahan.
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The device was dubbed “The CANzerfaust.” by Deterrence Dispensed, he said. The recoilless launcher, they claim, only fires “drink cans…”
The year before, an online community of 3D-printed firearms enthusiasts created a fully working 3D-printable semiautomatic pistol caliber carbine for $350, which included the printer’s price.
YouTubers have tested the endurance of 3D-printed guns at firing ranges. Remarkably, these unregistered weapons performed admirably.
JStark, one of the architects of Deterrence Dispensed, died of a heart attack last October after authorities raided his residence in Germany.
The Biden administration and the ATF are apprehensive about “ghost guns,” or 80 percent lower receivers in their viewpoint. In the next weeks, if not months, they are anticipated to establish regulations on 80 percent lowers. The ATF will have a difficult time regulating those who 3D print guns at home.