The Washington Post tells the story of Travis Lerol, a software engineer who prints out pieces for the lower receiver and some magazines for his AR-15 in this video;
I’m guessing that the upper receiver would be a little more difficult, but at least it gives the Left something to wring it’s collective hands over.
Three-dimensional printers offer a potentially easy way around restrictions and registrations — a source of growing consternation among gun-control advocates and some allies in Congress.
“There’s really no one controlling what you do in your own home,” Lerol said.
Though printing guns is a craft still in its infancy — Lerol hasn’t tested his parts yet at a gun range — technology experts, gun rights proponents and gun safety advocates say the specter of printable firearms and ammunition magazines poses a challenge for Obama and lawmakers as they craft sweeping gun-control legislation.