This pistol is my way to address grievances with the 3D printed firearm community. I feel my peers sacrifice reliability, long term use, and general practicality in models that are entirely home built (not using aftermarket slides/barrels). I seek to remedy this by creating a design that's entirely home built, with the exception of springs and fasteners, that in my opinion meets these criteria and the already established criteria of this movement of being easy for the common citizen to produce and un-regulatable by a tyrannical fascist government .
This is a .22 caliber pocket pistol (practical and relevant as an arm for the modern citizen) constructed in a hybrid manner by utilizing 3D printed frames and other components as well as metal components made with readily available tools easily found in any garage in America (Long term use / Reliability).
It uses extremely common raw material that is impossible to regulate in an industrial society. To make the parts that are not 3D printed the only tools that are needed are a hacksaw, files, vise, and a drill press. It has a 10 round Marlin 795 magazine that will be available for purchase so long as repeating manual arms are not prohibited, and should that become the case I've included a 3D printed version of the mag. I'm confident that this satisfies the un-regulatable and easy to produce criteria.
This model is in firing condition but is still missing some final touches. I release it now for public use and in the future will finish up all the small details as well as release a comprehensive technical data package that include fixtures need to make complex parts easier.
Ave Nex Alea.