That halfwit tried to print (as remember) a lower reciever for an AR-15, which is the civilian (non-auto) verion of the M16 This gun is very popular with idiots who like to dress up like shrubs in attemp to compensate for... something. It's not a very highly stessed part, it supports the upper reciever which contains the barrel, bolt, and locking mechanisms. It lasted 7 shots. It would have been much better had he tried to print the reciever for say a Mauser. Then at least he'd have earned a Darwin award.
Originally Posted by Steve Smith
Real guns are made of wood - preferably walnut - and steel. Neither of which are, or are ever likely to be printable.