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Gun enthusiasts get $20,000 to release open-source kits for 3D-printed firearms

By Christopher Mims
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

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The Wiki Weapons project builds on a recent first: The first working, 3D printed gun. It’s not the entire weapon that’s printed, just the “receiver,” into which the other parts of a gun are slotted. It’s the only part of the gun that requires a license in the US, and now you can make your own.

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