hnnnnnngggg look at how chunky it is, damn she is a thick chick. Want.
The Shuty 9mm
The Shuty 9mm is an experimental 3d printable firearm design by Defcad.org forum user Shadowfall.
The Shuty 9mm is a primarily 3d printed handgun based atop the AR-15 platform, It may prove to be one of the first successful semiautomatic 3d printed firearms available being a great improvement to other designs such as the liberator pistol.
It is completely 3d printable with the exception of 4 bolts, a glock type barrel, and a nail for the firing pin. The design operates semi automatically and will most likely prove to be exceptionally more durable than previous 3d printed firearms designs such as the liberator. The Shuty 9mm features no means of attaching a stock making it legal to produce as a handgun.
An Illegal fully automatic version with butt stocks may soon follow upon release to prove a political point against gun control. 3d printable sub machine guns may be in our near future.
This would be sweet if it had a rail for an optic
So far the most promising printable to date, and most aesthetically pleasing
Things id like to see, a rear qd mount for a sling, left side charging handle, a top rail for optics, and it to use Glock mags, stem or Uzi. Also wouldn’t using a .45acp be better then a 9mm Luger? Isn’t .45acp a lower pressure round?
Aha the durability of 3D printed firearms. HAHAHA be surprised if that lasted at least one hundred rounds before having a component failure.
Step1: Print components from Wax, Or print component Negatives normally and fill with Wax.
Step2: Make plastercast around wax part with Sprues and feed cones.
Step3: Make basic forced induction Kiln from firebrick or concrete.
Step4: Melt down scrap Aluminum in Kiln.
Step5: Investment cast Aluminum parts from 3d printed Geometry, finish with a file and enjoy your 100% Precision cast Aluminum SMG.