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Op-Ed: Assault rifle created with 3D printer
Aug 8, 2012 in
As technology advances, the art of 3D printing continues to grow and evolve. A man known as "HaveBlue" even created both a .22 caliber pistol and AR-15 assault rifle using this very same method.
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