Today’s guest is CTRL+Pew, can you figure out the meaning of his pseudonym? If so, you’ll understand his humor and zest for spreading freedom and fun with 3D printing and bitcoin. We sit down with CTRL Pew to discuss a few of his projects and also dip into some commentary, including:
CTRL + Pew’s HiPoint 3D printed pistol and 3D Printable AR15/AR9 80% receiver milling jigs. How 3d gun printing lowers the cost of guns, and thus allows more people to exercise their right to bear arms
Designing a 3D printed narwhal tusk as a political statement and a tool for Londoners to defend themselves from future Jihadist terrorism
Using a bitcoin bounty to motivate people to make a DIY gun barrel using ECM
How some Bitcoiners are out of touch with the poor and and can harm bitcoin usage by using it only for speculation
Selling 3D printed gun accessories to fund development
CTRL+Pew’s homepage, with links to all of gun projects, social media, and more
We continue to defy what’s possible with 3D gun printing
3D gun printing is hard work, and our guest today is one of the hardest working gun printers. Incarbonite has built or tested just about every 3D printed gun and part that the Deterrence Dispensed team has produced since its inception. In this episode we discuss Incarbonite’s experience, starting from building DIY guns at home as a kid to today’s most recent and cutting edge 3D printed creations.
Advantages of 3D printed receivers over 80% complete receivers
The evolution and process of developing, testing, and marketing new designs
Using LBRY and Spee.ch to get around file hosting and sharing censorship
How the lower cost of using parts kits and 3D printed lowers the barrier of entry to gun ownership
What’s coming to 3D gun printing in 2020 and defying what’s possible
In an age of risk aversion and talkers, JStark1809 stands out as a man taking big risks, working tirelessly to build a gun that can be made at home, almost anywhere in the world, regardless of gun control laws. He calls it the FGC-9. Can you guess what those three letters stand for? JStark is a modern European in an American Revolutionary War general’s body.
The story and meaning of “Live free or die – Death is not the worst of evils” said by General John Stark in 1809
Europe has an anti-gun culture because of its historically hierarchical society and the emigration of “free men” to America
Overview of JStark’s project gun, the FGC-9, “Fuck Gun Control – 9mm”
DIY guns are made of a combination of 3D printed components, off the shelf items, and standard gun parts
Prospects and importance of DIY ammunition
Making a gun barrel with a steel tube and ECM
The design and testing process of 3D printed guns, and collaboration using Keybase
3D printing makes it cheaper and easier to make your own gun.
This episode is one a lot of our gun listeners have been waiting for. Today we speak with a man known only as “Ivan The Troll”. He has emerged as one of the most prolific, innovative, and controversial members of Deterrence Dispensed, a decentralized 3D gun printing group built in the image of Cody Wilson’s Defense Distributed. Multiple social media companies have banned him from their platforms including Twitter, Reddit, Youtube, and Facebook. In response, he and other members of Deterrence Dispensed have migrated to encrypted chat and file sharing applications. Ironically, these apps have enabled greater innovation, testing, and sharing of 3D printed guns and files.
Free speech protects 3D gun printing files, 1st Amendment protects the 2nd Amendment
History of homemade and DIY weapons
How 3D printing can accelerate total gun control and why that’s a good thing
Three categories of 3D printed guns
Making 3D printed gun plans for Europeans and Californians
Our guest today is “Anti-Gunner Leaks”. He’s goes behind enemy lines to expose and sometimes stop the dirty secret tricks of anti-gun extremists in the media, government, and tech companies. He’s funny, passionate, and loves to fight. If you ever meet him in a bar, buy him a beer. First we talk about “Facebook Gate” when an international group coordinated to take down gun related Facebook groups through click fraud, until A.G. Leaks stopped them. Second, we go inside “The Trace” who claim to be a “non-profit newsroom” but in fact, are a radical left group funded by billionaires. The Trace bullies large tech companies into suppressing free speech about the 2nd amendment. Third, A.G. Leaks recounts the development of 3D gun printing groups in the post – Cody Wilson era. He shares the high tech tactics they use to route around Silicon Valley’s attempt to sharing files of 3D printed guns. We end with A.G. sharing inside information on an ATF controversy, and criticism of what he sees as corruption and incompetence.