- Feb 6, 2012
Australians making 3D printed guns have came up with an interesting way to get around the durability problem: interchangeable disposable barrels. Criminal Groups Squad detectives have charged a man and seized five pistols following an investigation into the supply of 3D-printed firearms across...
Australians making 3D printed guns have came up with an interesting way to get around the durability problem: interchangeable disposable barrels.
The frame appears to be based on the Songbird design that’s floating around the internet. Originally chambered in .22 with a plastic barrel and break-open action, the design was eventually upgraded to use a barrel liner and fire .357 Magnum rounds. The design definitely wasn’t great compared to commercially-built guns, but it worked and left the user with all their digits.