After the initial launch of the 3D printed Liberator handgun, gun geeks are now trying variations of the design, with the result being the first 3D printed rifle. It’s not scary—it’s just a small .22 caliber rifle, but it’s a step towards an evolution in 3D printed firearms.
AMMO, a photo series by Sabine Pearlman shows the guts of 900 pieces of ammunition. The cross-sections display the intricate and surprisingly beautiful designs of these bullets.
The artist says “the cross-sections reveal a hidden complexity and beauty of form, which stands in vast contrast to the destructive purpose of the object. It is a representation of the evil and the beautiful, a reflection of the human condition.”
After months and months of trying, the founder of Defense Distributed has created the world’s first completely 3D printed handgun. It hasn’t been fully tested, but it is entirely made of 3D printed plastic.
An American target manufacturer has released a new mannequin – a bra-clad, zombie ex-girlfriend mannequin. Called ‘The Ex’, the life-size model even bleeds when hit, and as Zombie Industries’ website proudly proclaims, each target is “hand painted to accurately resemble an infected human… to give you that realistic look so you really feel the hate.”
And, it’s the perfect way to tell your neighbors “No, I’m not insane. Really.”
YouTube personality and gun enthusiast FPSRussia got his home raided recently by local officers and ATF agents, apparently looking for illegal explosives. Georgia native Kyle Myers speaks with a Russian accent and demonstrates using some of rarest and most entertaining weapons on the planet.