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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
xx - xx link removed - poor excuse of a web site

I am getting ready to start down loading these and placing them on an external
storage device. These files could easily be made illegal at some point in the future.
Sure 3D printing "isn't there yet" but its getting there. This group claims to have
put 600 + rounds (and ran out of ammo) through a 3D printed AR lower receiver
featured on this site. I'm not sure (hope not) they are charging for this file or not,
I'll post an update after trying to save them for myself.

Printing magazines, lowers and in the future more fire arms related parts may
help us to save our 2nd amendment rights even more than a Republican can.
 

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Ugh...they require some program down loads - not sure I'm cool with that. Sorry
 

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There are some high end machines well over 100k, but there are also DIY plans out there to build 3D printers for under $1,000,
but then you have material issues too. The files are ahead of the printers no doubt, but if our dear lovely government decides
to police the files as the printers become more main stream we'll be SOL.

I'm still not happy with the "program" down loads I've encountered on the link I posted - I was hoping to just store some
files for the future - not sure its possible.
 

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Because 3D printing is useful for so so many things. Its a likely possibility it will replace manufacturing as we know it this century sometime.
 

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Its going to be hard for them to control. The only thing I can imagine them doing is equating a "gun" file to a "child porn" file and making
everyone in possession of said files a felon. Its going to be pretty darn hard for them to police. They (govt - anti gun community) unfortunately
have friends in the 3D printing industry. There are industry advocates pushing back - banning gun files from web sites - etc. In fact the
URL I provided was billed (to me) as an alt site for that reason - turns out to be a software seller - again I apologize. IN my haste to provide
good folks with access to these for the future I muffed it - I'll delete that link
 

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They want it for so much more then guns its ridiculous. There talking about using this tech to make a moonbase from materials on the moon....among others so to attack would slow there own agenda. But yeah the guy that first came out with the AR lower had a bunch of UTube vids showing it operational pulled.
 
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