The rise of the 3-D printer has made it possible for you to build your own firearms (and pretty much anything else you can imagine) from the privacy and comfort of your own home. You can get your hands on one of these printers for less than $100 USD.
After procuring your 3-D printer and printing materials (THINK: plastics, metals, carbon fiber, ceramic, resin, wax, etc.), you will need blueprints (digital plans or instructions) in the form of a CAD (computer-aided design) file for the things which you intent to print.
Unfortunately, the U.S. government has been forcing manufacturers (en masse) to remove plans for 3-D printed firearms from their websites. Fortunately, if you look hard enough, you can still find them. I have assembled a list of such blueprints below:
DOWNLOAD BLUEPRINTS: https://archive.org/download/Grizzly.22SingleShotRifle/Grizzly%20.22%20Single-Shot%20Rifle.zip [ZIP @ 9.4 MB]
DOWNLOAD BLUEPRINTS: https://archive.org/download/LiberatorSingleShotPistol/Liberator%20Single-Shot%20Pistol.zip [ZIP @ 1.9 MB]
DOWNLOAD BLUEPRINTS: https://archive.org/download/Reprringer.225RoundPepperboxPistol/Reprringer%20.22%205-Round%20Pepperbox%20Pistol.zip [ZIP @ 1.2 MB]
DOWNLOAD BLUEPRINTS: https://archive.org/download/PM422Songbird22LRSingleShotPistol/PM422%20Songbird%2022LR%20Single-Shot%20Pistol.zip [ZIP @ 4.4 MB]
Download these plans and use them at your own risk. Be safe and stay conscious my friends.
~ MERIT FREEMAN