Yeah, and people go all bonkers for 3D-printed guns. This was made entirely with hand tools: a drill, a file and a chisel, and apparently no photos of a rear sight.
This Russian Glockalike is chambered for 9x18mm Makarov and fires from a locked breech.
The exterior of the frame is sculpted from sawdust-reinforced epoxy, but underneath it’s all steel. It’s supposedly quite safe to shoot.
How much would they have to pay you to test-fire this handgun?