Every trip to the dentist is a moment of joy.
A neat little homemade .22lr derringer made in Thailand.
A Harlot seized by NSW Police yesterday while conducting random drug stops. Anyone can print one of these and simply add an airgun pellet to a .22 nail gun blank and have a disposable, concealable pistol. A gang can print a bucket load and arm every single one of their buddies for pocket change. Meanwhile law abiding Australians are told to hand in their kid’s toy gel blasters or go to jail.
The ‘Urutau‘ is a 3D printed 9mm bullpup carbine based on the FGC-9 which is currently being developed by a Brazil based designer. The Urutau is capable of semi-auto, full-auto and 3-round burst fire using a specially designed 3D printed fire control group.
Like the FGC-9, the design is intended to be easily made anywhere in the world by combining a mixture 3D printed parts combined with hardware store components. The bolt is simply screwed together and does not need a welder, meaning the gun can be put together entirely in an apartment by anyone with limited space and tools.
Brazilian narco gangs are apparently now buying 3D printers. Seized along with coke and cash yesterday in Rio Grande.
Seized on 20 July 2022 near Durban.
Sent in by a reader: A Mac copy constructed from steel box tube and chambered in .38 Special. It apparently fires well enough.
A typical favella narco gang loadout. The ‘General’ gets to pack the MAC knock-off where as his lowest ranking Lieutenant must work his way up to earn the privilege of getting a magazine for his ‘MADE AS ISRAEL’ Tec-9.