The Best Tools for Finishing 3D Printed Guns


Don’t want to shill Amazon links, but here’s what you want to get if you want to start off on the right foot:

Simple Box Cutter

“Gunsmith” screwdrivers, or any flatblade screwdriver with a solid/square shank and squared-off head.

Bondhus ball-end Allen wrench set – metric and imperial

Metric and Imperial Drill indices – don’t cheap out, aim to spend at least 20 bucks for each set. M42 cobalt drill bits are good, Amazon has some decent selection. Gotta have a good battery drill as well!

Dremel Tool – I really like my Dremel 3000, you can get an off-brand one. The most important bits will be Craytex bobs and cutoff wheels, which Amazon has. I like the cheap cutoff wheels, you can get them packages of 200 and that’ll last you forever. Skip the silly grinding bits, you’ll never need to use them.

Soldering iron – get a couple cheap ones and learn to use them. Experiment with them. They are one of the most useful tools you can possibly imagine.

I’m Ivan – a fella who works to document and record the history and technical background of the development of homemade firearms.

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You may know me from my work with ARES Research to help author reports about this topic – this channel shows the “behind the scenes” testing that goes into building the body of knowledge requied.

Regardless of if you are here for the research, technology, or just to see some funky looking guns tested, I hope you enjoy.

**All firearms shown and tested are done so in full compliance will all applicable laws. All test firing and use of firearms is conducted on a properly zoned, legally operated firing range.**

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