[Video] Homemade .410 Quad Barrel Handgun Made From a Staple Gun

November 8 2014
by GSL Staff
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A lot of people are making a big deal about the 3D-printed gun world right now. Indeed, it’s very interesting to see how quickly and easily firearms can be made at home using nothing but a 3d printer.

However, with all this talk about 3D printers, it’s easy to forget that people have been making homemade firearms for a long time. Some people are even pretty good at it. We should also note that it is, in most cases, completely legal to manufacture a firearm for your own personal use as long as you don’t transfer it. However, check all state and local laws in your area.

In the above video, a Youtube user by the name of Clint Westwood shows us a quad rotating barrel .410 handgun that is based around a staple gun.

The video shows a full run down of the gun’s functionality as well as some test shots.

It’s a strangely attractive firearm in my opinion.

Guns like this show asinine the gun control argument really is. If you make guns illegal you’ll drive the market underground. Instead of traditional firearms, the guns used in crimes will start to resemble what we see in the above video.

Westwood also uploaded a separate video showing the assembly of the firearm (see below).

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