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The ‘Liberator12k’ – A DIY 3D Printed 12 Gauge Revolving Shotgun


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#1 jimmy958

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Posted July 18 2019 - 07:22 PM

"The Liberator12k is a revolving 12 gauge shotgun which uses mostly 3D printed parts combined with
easily available metal components including steel tubing for the barrel and chamber inserts. The
basic idea behind the design is to allow anyone with a $200 3D printer to be able to simply order
some suitable steel tubing along with some standard steel fittings and from then be able to easily
assemble a reliable and safe homemade repeating shotgun capable of 6-7 successive shots of widely
available 12 gauge. The gun is the creation and current project of Jeff Rodiguez, whose
experiments with using ECM (Electrochemical Machining) to create rifling were covered in a
previous article back in 2017."

Watch video: https://www.thefirea...olving-shotgun/




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