Condom-powered 3D-printed gun… Why not? (VIDEO)


Ever wonder what to do with all those unused condoms sitting in your nightstand drawer? Well, somebody has found a fun and practical solution (provided you don’t use the condoms for their intended purpose, that is): The condom-powered, 3D printed handgun.

That’s right. Using just three condoms, which serve as the gun’s spring mechanisms, you can complete the perfect little 3D-printed .22 plinkster. This particular model is known as the PM422 Songbird, and as you can see in the video, it’s fully functioning.

[Freedom Printing 3-D]

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