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#87 - geranemo **User deleted account** (07/08/2013) [-]
just gonna leave this here.
User avatar #95 to #87 - switchblayde (07/08/2013) [-]
Not to sound like a total dolt, but what the **** is this? It looks like a flare gun...
User avatar #100 to #95 - teoberry (07/08/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure it's the Liberator. It's made entirely out of plastic (except for the firing pin), and can be made with a 3d printer.
User avatar #101 to #100 - switchblayde (07/08/2013) [-]
The Liberator was made of all metal and was MUCH smaller than this.
User avatar #102 to #101 - teoberry (07/08/2013) [-]
That's the WW2 one. This is the 'upgraded' version.
User avatar #104 to #102 - switchblayde (07/08/2013) [-]
this is probably one of the most ******** upgrades i have ever seen I would rather have the metal one.
User avatar #105 to #104 - teoberry (07/08/2013) [-]
It's made to see if guns can be 3d printed. Hold your horses bud,
User avatar #106 to #105 - switchblayde (07/08/2013) [-]
For THAT cause, I can see a use.
User avatar #112 to #106 - rabidgerbil (07/08/2013) [-]
Australian police test fired 3 of these and 2 of them exploded.
User avatar #132 to #112 - thegamerslife (07/08/2013) [-]
They probably used the wrong type of plastic and/or didn't set it right. The guy that made up the blueprints for this tested a few (barrels switch out) and they did just fine. also this only shoots .380's so it's not like the pressures of a 9mm or .40.
User avatar #140 to #132 - rabidgerbil (07/08/2013) [-]
they used the exact designs which were put online, and a couple of thousand dollar 3d printer.
User avatar #142 to #140 - thegamerslife (07/08/2013) [-]
That's funny **** . why would the police waste there money doing something like that though?? I'm sure thousands of dollars could be used in much more productive ways.
User avatar #148 to #142 - rabidgerbil (07/10/2013) [-]
no idea, only thing I can think of is that were trying to prove that they are unsafe to act as a deterrence to others from making them.
User avatar #149 to #148 - thegamerslife (07/10/2013) [-]
If they were trying to prove they are unsafe to stop people from going out and doing it themselves wouldn't they just alter the data to show it being dangerous themselves...you don't see the flaw in all of this?! the police tested these to show the public they are unsafe to make and use, but our test over here following the schematics show they work just fine. It doesn't set off red flags to you that it's all in house testing that can be altered to fit the police officers needs....??
User avatar #150 to #149 - rabidgerbil (07/10/2013) [-]
Australia has very strict gun laws so it wouldn't surprise me if it was solely to stop people doing it.
User avatar #152 to #150 - thegamerslife (07/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, it would make stopping assassinations and some violent crimes harder to do, maybe.
#117 to #112 - bazda (07/08/2013) [-]
The tech is in it's infancy. It's only a matter of time.
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