The Legal Barriers Are Way Bigger Than They've Been Made Out to Be
Even if you manage to work out the kinks, get it to aim properly, load it up with traditional bullets, and shell out the cash for a printer, it's still illegal to make one of these until you fill out the proper forms with the government first.
And even after the all-plastic gun is made, you still need to insert a big chunk of steel into the handle to make sure metal detectors can see it, otherwise you're breaking the law there, too. In fact, 3D gun organization Defense Distributed actually had their 3D printer confiscated after the people they'd rented it from found out what they were doing, kinda like how your mother hid your sister's Barbie dolls when she found out what you were doing.
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Anyone trying to make their own Liberators will face these same legal hurdles, and unless they manage to fight off the G-Men with their one-shot-only explode-a-pistols, their revolutionary movement probably won't even make it out of the front yard.
Yes, J.F. Sargent has actually shot a gun before. He's a workshop moderator for Cracked, and you can check him out on Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook.