A test video of the 3D-printed gun.
"Matthew" used a string to fire the original Grizzly from afar as a safety precaution, but eventually fired the Grizzly 2.0
The kicker is that there may not be much the government can do about it. "Limiting access may be impossible," the bulletin
These bullets are fairly simple and fast to make. In the video, Heeszel says it took about an hour to print the first slug
The Lulz Liberator is scary for a few reasons. First of all, it is ridiculously cheap. It cost $25 to print on Joe's $1,725
The government's move came just days after the "Liberator," as the gun is known, was first successfully fired on Sunday, and
The horror of 3D printed guns stands in sharp contrast to some of the more amazing benefits 3D printing could bring, including
Cody Wilson planned in the coming weeks to make and test a 3-D printed pistol. Now those plans have been put on hold as desktop