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    I like it, but like with anything brand new there might be some bugs that need to be worked out, I'll probably wait for a Gen 2.

    But if the initial reviews are positive I'll pick one up. This is a better solution than putting a Glock into a chassis that clamps around it, like a Roni or something, at least the optic will stay zeroed.

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    I’m assuming based on the glock design that the magazine goes in the grip and the front grip is storage for a 2nd magazine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tungsten316 View Post
    ď This is arguably one of the most advanced additive manufacturing platforms to date.Ē

    Iím pretty sure itís 3d printed due to this statement but I could be wrong .
    And I'm pretty sure you're 100% correct. As a 3D printer who tries to stay current with the technology, some of the latest generation of metal sintering printers are extremely impressive. This will NOT look, feel or function like you'd expect a 3D print to

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    I can't find it on your website

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    Why can't I find it on the website?

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    Is this 100% 3D printed?

    Kinda a deal breaker if it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongo fire View Post
    Why can't I find it on the website?
    In their earlier reply

    Quote Originally Posted by IRUNGUNS View Post
    ETA, they are currently being manufactured, we will post links once they are ready to go.


    The IRUNGUNS Team

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karnage View Post
    Is this 100% 3D printed?

    Kinda a deal breaker if it is.
    You realize it's not being done on some Ender 3 using some cheap chinese PLA in some guy's garage right? Some of the higher-end printers have no problem churning out quality products. But of course we'll know more once there are reviews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btabin View Post
    You realize it's not being done on some Ender 3 using some cheap chinese PLA in some guy's garage right? Some of the higher-end printers have no problem churning out quality products. But of course we'll know more once there are reviews.
    Oh, I'm quite familiar with "high end" 3d printers and advanced filament. I just have a natural aversion to buying something I could pound out myself in my garage.
    "High end" to me is any hot end that can accept advanced filaments like carbon fibre. The finish will always have that "3d printed" look no matter what you do to it after.

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    Will buy if itís non restricted
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