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M-16 Reciever Blueprints

by jballard, published

M-16 Reciever Blueprints by jballard Sep 25, 2011
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BTW Make/use at your own risk, know all laws before using or manufacturing,
These files are from the 70s

if you download the file you assume all liabilities for your actions.

Remember:

Guns dont kill people,
People dont kill people,
Bullets dont kill people,
Gaping holes in vital organs kill people. (the skin is a vital organ.)

enjoy

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Lmao. Thank you. Finally someone that believes people to can make decisions for themselves.

Not when that person has a 3d printed AR-15. Lol

just for all those who think it would be illegal to build you own im pretty sure you are wrong if i can go buy a 80% receiver and complete it my self with out ANY FFL or SERIAL numbers than what would be the difference in build in it from scratch and as stated in others comments the receiver dosent take much force when firing... there have been a few successful lowers made from plastic and wood.

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M-16 Reciever Blueprints by jballard is licensed under the Public Domain license.

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inventworld on Sep 4, 2012 said:

Lmao. Thank you. Finally someone that believes people to can make decisions for themselves.

inventworld on Sep 4, 2012 said:

Not when that person has a 3d printed AR-15. Lol

jparks54 on Jun 11, 2012 said:

just for all those who think it would be illegal to build you own im pretty sure you are wrong if i can go buy a 80% receiver and complete it my self with out ANY FFL or SERIAL numbers than what would be the difference in build in it from scratch and as stated in others comments the receiver dosent take much force when firing... there have been a few successful lowers made from plastic and wood.

Shopteacher on Jun 4, 2012 said:

I down loaded a file like this from a gunsmithing site, it's an ideal starting point for my iphone pistol grip. All of the cool attachments you can get for scopes and stocks will make my iphone into an easy to handle video camera without buying a new video camera. I'm going to print it in a color other than black, so i don't get shot by the police while bird watching. lol I think because this is not cast out of one peice of high grade plastic it would be foolist to build a gun around it, a 222 shell would over power something like this. I'm sure you wouldn't be charged for printing this as it is unlikely it will ever be a completed gun. Would they charge you if you milled this out of a block of maple? I'd like to see that hold up in a court. I'll be drawing the clip shut in my file when the time comes, I'm still waiting for a second exstruder for support material.

Anonymous on Dec 18, 2011 said:

You can have a lot of gaping holes in your skin, no problem. It's the hemorrhage that gets you.

jballard on Dec 19, 2011 said:

still it is the body that is killing itself, just cant cope... :P

clintkc on Oct 23, 2011 said:

I don't get it... why would anyone want to kill somebody? ;) Heh heh. Interesting prints, jballard.

jballard on Oct 23, 2011 said:

no one wants to, but if i had to it could be done with a fork

Anonymous on Sep 28, 2011 said:

When will the people that run this site do thing about this kind of crap? This is wrong!!!!

jballard on Sep 28, 2011 said:

you didnt have to click on the link, you decided to, you could not resist.

I corrected your statement
"When will the people that run this site make it so guests cant make posts? they are cowards!!!!"

your welcome, sign on next time and I might take your comment as an opinion which you are entitled to, but as it stands now you are not entitled to it as it seams you are a
coward. good day

Anonymous on Sep 27, 2011 said:

Okay the other "Gun items" are fine but this is taking it a little to far. An M16 receiver is able to accept full auto parts and there for is considered by the US government as a "machine gun". Printing this out without the proper FFL can get you serious jail time, and your rights to own guns taken away.

clintkc on Oct 23, 2011 said:

It's a free world, Mr. Guest. Jballard isn't forcing anyone to build this lower receiver. You're right, it's illegal to build one... but you can find plans to build them ALL OVER the internet. You can also find recipes for meth
&
amp; every other conceivable way to wreck your life.

Free will, my friend Mr. Guest.

You're preaching to the choir, I think. We're all very well aware of the consequenses of our actions. No need for some left-wing anti-weapons activist to remind us of that. We'll be just fine, I promise you that.

Go watch some more Oprah, please.

jballard on Sep 27, 2011 said:

im not going to print it.

but an AR-15 can also be made full auto.

And you may be right, but some people on here may legally be able to make this aswell, or they could use it as a prop. Or they may even learn from the design of this firearm and be able to use what they learn else where.

The item could easily be printed
without any cavities if wished.

for the same reason im debating uploading the M203 40mm grenade launcher prints, we will see what I decide.

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