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Re: AR possibilities
« Reply #40 on: July 19, 2021, 01:34:34 PM »
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Re: AR possibilities
« Reply #41 on: February 02, 2023, 03:55:36 AM »
Here's an "AR possibility" .
With this 3D printer I am currently printing a functioning Luger, works on pen springs.
It won't shoot, but it's a Luger, and it won't cost $2K.
I've got guns that shoot already.
But I want ones that are cool .
My point is this, AR receiver plans, drill guides for 80%'s those are all over the place, but where are the rest of the parts ?
I want a M 203, but I only want to pay about $25 . ;D
The sky, and my print bed size, are the limit !   ;D

Your print bed size isn't necessarily the limit you may think it is. I saw plans for a bullpup carbine about 2 years ago where it's printed in 3 parts and glued together. You want your receiver to be one solid piece for dimensional reliability, but the stock and forend, etc. are less critical.
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