SacriliciousBeerSwiller: Awesome. Then you can use the printer to make a prosthetic cock to make up for your inadequacy.
arentol: You can make a single-shot shotgun for just a few bucks using parts from any hardware store..... And it won't break after the first shot, you can use it over and over again. You could even weld multiple ones together and have as large as a six-shot 12-gauge that you can carry in a standard laptop bag or a large purse. Making a shotgun at home for personal use is also entirely legal.As to what they are doing with plastic guns.... There may never be a plastic strong enough to make an entire gun from. There certainly isn't anything even vaguely close today. They will need Metal 3D printers that can use very high quality metal at very low temperatures to make guns using 3D printing at home, but we are probably a century or more from that happening, if it happens at all, which I have doubts about.
Dimensio: dittybopper: Well, *TECHNICALLY* it's not a rifle, as rifles have, you know *RIFLING*, and this is a smoothbore, but yes, it is a 3D printed long gun, and it does shoot a single projectile.Additionally, the firearm was rendered unusable after discharging that single projectile.Therefore, strict new laws are required.
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