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Subject: Re: Printing a gun or lighting Date: 11/14/2012 6:16 PM
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While rifle pressures are high, the printed guns I have seen were receivers, the part that is legally a "gun". The other parts are standard off the shelf. While I would not be comfortable with a plastic gun, there are polymer AR lowers, so I guess that part being plastic is okay.


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