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"Plans for 3D-printed, self-assembled “ghost guns” can be posted online without U.S. State Department approval, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday."

Another win for freedom.

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Where is the best site to find these plans? Just for research purposes....LOL
 
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Where is the best site to find these plans? Just for research purposes....LOL
Shit, I can barely operate my smart phone.
There is zero chance I could download and install an operating system and design plans into 3d printer.
I wouldn't want spend that coin to build a single shot .22 out of plastic and nylon.

I just like the idea of freedom and the government staying out of our lives, and oh yeah.....'Murica!

I could probably build a simple gun in a machine shop alot easier than I could set up a 3d printer.
 

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Actually not that hard or expensive anymore. A lot of plans for all kinds of stuff are out there for the most part, and public domain….


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I think the "plans" they refer to are the files that direct the 3d printer.
They would be specific (I would guess) to the material used, so it wouldnt break.
The only 3D printed guns I have seen online are single shot.
I love the idea, and agree with freedom to build whatever you want, and in places with heavy restrictions, a 3D printed "Liberator" could have a place.
 

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As far the gun it's self I have only seen the single shot .22's. I have seen files for 1911 frames and AR lowers.
I would be a little leery of shooting a gun made on a hobby level 3d printer.
 

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Poly AR lowers are sketchy with anything over .22lr.
Anything more powerful will snap the buffer tube off the back.

Handgun frames are one thing but a 1911 frame seems like a problem waitng to happen
 
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