The Contrarian, a work buddy, dabbles in 3D printing. He has printed up some test AR receivers and some magazines. The magazines work in the living room, but he has never tested them at the range.
A Washington Post reporter contacted him through a web forum for an interview about printing gun components at home.
I advised against it in the strongest terms. I thinl there is nothing that can be printed in the Post that can help our cause. They are not our friends. Apparently, more experienced 3D Printing people have turned this writer down as he works his or her way down to the occasional hobbiests. The writer has had stuff published in Garden & Gun.
But he is a Contrarian and won't listen to me. I even offered to put him in touch with SayUncle... maybe HE could talk him down off this ledge. Anyone have any further advice for him?
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