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Even in China, with all of it’s totalitarian habits, can’t stop guns from flowing. So, tell me how gun control will stop criminals again? Please? I’m really interested in how you’re planning on getting criminals to not make them on their own.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 8/25/2014 4:19:00 PM | Feedback (1)
Hardware stores sell guns, they’re just a bit more DIY
posted by by Robb Allen @ 4/22/2014 10:24:18 AM | Feedback (1)
They’re not difficult items to make Two homebuilt pistols were seized among other firearms on Tuesday by police in Sydney. They appear to be of a closed bolt design, using a plastic lower receiver with an angular magazine well. Both examples appear very well made. Look at this thing That’s not a mass produced pistol, that’s something some bikers in the Land Down Under made in a garage. It’s not difficult & with the 3D printing tech becoming common place, these designs will not only become...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 4/4/2014 9:52:25 AM | Feedback (12)
Tam "Heck, Lowe's sells 90% Sten receivers on aisle 5." Tam is like the 1% of One-Liners while the rest of the 99% have to schlep around with jokes we cribbed from Reader’s Digest.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 1/23/2014 12:54:05 PM | Feedback (6)
Because you can’t make fully automatic weaponry with basic tools out of your garage! Or something.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 1/23/2014 10:18:37 AM | Feedback (1)
Only if you ignore the little fact that you can make one in your garage. Technology refuses to agree with the gun control agenda.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 12/16/2013 10:11:03 AM | Feedback (2)
And everyone knows, it’s impossible to make sub-machine guns by hand! Once again, here’s proof positive that criminals do not obey laws, and that laws attempting to disarm them are futile and only end up punishing those who are not a threat in the first place. As always, it’s not about safety, it’s about control.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 10/21/2013 9:08:25 AM | Feedback (1)
3D Printed Pepperbox Pistol. (link fixed) How’s that gun control working for you?
posted by by Robb Allen @ 9/11/2013 2:54:24 PM | Feedback (0)
It ain’t goin’ back in As for guns … CAD/CAM files (the computer files that 3D printers transform into physical objects one layer at a time) for the .45 caliber M1911 or the 1911A-1 single-action, semi-automatic pistol have been online for years.  In fact, you can find all kinds of CAD/CAMs for all kinds of gun parts, bomb parts, bazooka parts, rocket launcher parts and other deadly weapons online.  These are computer files, like songs or movies or documents or images, they cannot be...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 5/15/2013 9:04:40 AM | Feedback (3)
You don’t need a 3D printer to defeat gun control as a few supplies from Home Depot are all that’s needed. You could even do without the cylinder and replace it with a steel tube or just drill your own.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 5/9/2013 9:57:55 AM | Feedback (4)
I have a copy on my server here.  Instead, here’s a torrent. Now it’s everywhere and nowhere. The signal cannot be stopped.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 5/6/2013 10:45:05 AM | Feedback (21)
Oh, Chucky. You call it stomach churning fear. I call it freedom. To Schumer, the ramifications of make-your-own untraceable and undetectable weapons are “stomach-churning.” “Now anyone, a terrorist, someone who is mentally ill, a spousal abuser, a felon, can essentially open a gun factory in their garage,” Schumer said. “It must be stopped.” And stopped, it cannot be Chucky. The information is already out, 3D printers can print new 3D printers, and the entire premise of gun control is now...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 5/6/2013 10:33:49 AM | Feedback (6)
3D Printing of an entire handgun is around the corner Will it work? Wilson thinks it will, and it won't be just a one-shot wonder it will be able to fire a few shots before melting or breaking. Wilson didn't want to reveal too much about what could become the world's first fully 3D-printed gun, saying he will make the actual announcement soon. He did reveal some details, however. The gun will be made of 12 parts, all printed in ABS+, a very sturdy type of thermoplastic. There might be,...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 4/24/2013 2:55:32 PM | Feedback (10)
Watching ignorant people discuss gun control while knowing there are people who drink just enough to do this is soooooo entertaining. You cannot stop guns. Period. If you ban the sale to law abiding citizens, the only people who won’t have guns are the law abiding citizens. If you ban the manufacture of them, then criminals will hit Home Depot, set up a shop, and make them cheaply enough (yet still sell them for a lucrative price). Gun control will never, never disarm those who are the problem....
posted by by Robb Allen @ 11/25/2012 11:16:57 AM | Feedback (7)
We’re not there yet. I don’t believe the home 3D printer arena is mature enough to print a functioning Liberator style pistol. However, that’s only today. Tomorrow brings promises of better systems and designs that can do just that Defense Distributed is raising funds for the proving and release of the world's first fully-printable .22 handgun. It will be shared with the world for free, effectively ending the gun control debate. Sadly, it won’t end the debate because the logic against gun...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 8/22/2012 9:14:57 AM | Feedback (5)
Right?
posted by by Robb Allen @ 3/5/2012 9:20:34 PM | Feedback (7)
Because Gun Control is dead. It just doesn’t know it.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 2/15/2012 2:00:45 PM | Feedback (11)
Again, the anti’s are proven to be irrelevant based on nothing more than an air compressor and a soda bottle. Not a very long stretch to move from plastic bb’s (which looks like they did a number on that target) to steel, then use a sturdier container with higher pressure. I wouldn’t want to be shot with even this model.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 2/13/2012 11:50:10 AM | Feedback (1)
Some kid will come up with a nifty, full auto, air powered, AA battery launcher made out of supplies readily available supplies from Home Depot. Gun control – as useless as a Milton Friedman book on economics in the Obama library. Hat Tip WizardPC
posted by by Robb Allen @ 11/7/2011 3:38:43 PM | Feedback (1)
In my last post I said I think I might just make mag holders out of cardboard toilet paper tubes, some staples and duct tape, then look for a diaper bag at a yard sale for the range bag instead. I forgot about the kind of readers I have. Update From Richard at BlueSheepdog.com That should be plenty for USPSA with spares!
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posted by by Robb Allen @ 9/13/2011 3:43:30 PM | Feedback (7)
A 4mm Zippo Gun should do the trick Now, while this is a novelty, it does illustrate how you can put a gun inside common, every day items. While I don’t think you’d have to worry about much more than broken skin from being shot with this, it’s not that difficult to smuggle larger caliber weapons inside ordinary objects.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 7/26/2011 1:53:00 PM | Feedback (4)
Because it’s not like you can make one in your garage, right? Ugly little cuss, but it worked.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 7/1/2011 6:54:34 AM | Feedback (5)
Everyday, No Days Off has a video where a guy made a working shotgun from some pipe and a staple gun. If you’re short a staple gun, you can just use a length of pipe with another piece of pipe with a slightly larger inner diameter and a nail / screw through the bottom. Putting on my broken record hat – guns are NOT difficult items to make. What’s difficult to make are reliable weaponry that lasts a long time. If someone finally figures out how to get the toothpaste back in the tube and manages...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 3/31/2011 9:45:01 AM | Feedback (2)
Only outlaws will have weapons made out of office supplies Now, I hear what some of you are thinking right now. And you should be ashamed of yourself. But others might be thinking “Robb, none of these are weapons capable of causing deaths measured by stadium seating capacities”. True, but just think about it for a moment. This kid, using school and laundry supplies, has made some basic weaponry that could cause injuries. He’s a kid. Now, extrapolate the child into an adult with some basic...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 2/3/2011 12:59:16 PM | Feedback (9)
I mean, if you could make guns out of household materials, the Brady Background checks with their stunning .2% success rates wouldn’t be worth it.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 11/29/2010 11:13:00 AM | Feedback (6)
You can build them in your garage. Looks like Tactilite has some competition.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 11/24/2010 11:32:32 AM | Feedback (10)
The bullets are quite simple to construct as well. Neat concept of taking used brass and making the jackets for the bullets. Hollowpoints to boot! So, you can ban pretty much everything, but humans are notorious for being ingenious and working with what they have at their disposal. Of course, law abiding citizens would follow the law, but the criminals would still have an unlimited supply of guns and ammo. Is that what you really want, anti’s? Don’t answer that, it’s rhetorical and we all...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 10/29/2010 9:41:19 AM | Feedback (8)
Banning guns will make them disappear since it's impossible to make one out of things like a staple gun.
posted by by Robb Allen @ 10/11/2010 8:43:14 AM | Feedback (0)
Airsoft minigun fires close to 10,000 rounds per minute. Watch the video and notice how plastic pellets simply tear up the target into confetti. Your flesh ain't exactly hardened material and I have a feeling getting shot with one of those could be a painful, if not lethal experience. And thus, we come back full circle to the stupid idea that you can ban an object and somehow change people's behavior. The knowledge on how to make a tool that throws an object at high velocity is now commodity,...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 8/12/2010 11:01:06 AM | Feedback (2)
For the billionth time, firearms are simple items to make. Banning them does no good when they can be made with common, farm items BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese farmer has declared war on property developers who want his land, building a cannon out of a wheelbarrow and pipes and firing rockets at would-be eviction teams, state media said on Tuesday. The most common argument for banning firearms is that criminals will no longer have easy access to them and thus, deprived of a weapon they...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 6/9/2010 1:03:43 PM | Feedback (2)
A paper 1911 Watch the video. Be amazed. The detail is stunning. It CYCLES, the magazine can hold cartridges, and even the safeties work! This is one hell of a talented kid. And while this one is paper, with that kind of skill it wouldn't take much effort for him to build one out of workable materials. Hat tip The Firearm Blog
posted by by Robb Allen @ 5/20/2010 8:36:25 AM | Feedback (3)
Really?
posted by by Robb Allen @ 1/13/2010 8:26:31 AM | Feedback (3)
Often, Chris Rock is cited as a great source for a logical solution to guns. In one of his comedy routines, he mentions Everybody is talking about gun control. Got to control the guns. Fuck, that, I like guns. If you've got a gun, you don't need to work out! Cause, I ain't working out. I ain't jogging. No, I think we need some bullet control. I think every bullet should cost five thousand dollars. Five thousand dollars for a bullet. Know why? Cos if a bullet cost five thousand dollars,...
posted by by Robb Allen @ 6/29/2009 11:27:25 AM | Feedback (8)

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