I 3D print a full AR-15 lower receiver from Defense Distributed on an Ultimaker 3D Printer using PLA material. I demonstrate it’s not as simple as just clicking a button and making a gun however the principal is sound. I also give comparisons to a real S&W AR-15 that I own.
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