Now that you’ve seen pictures of Liberator, the world’s first entirely 3D-printed gun, a new video has been released showing it in-action – firing a 0.380-caliber bullet to be exact. For those who missed the pictures, “the only non-plastic part of the design is a common nail, which acts as the firing pin.” Continue reading to see more.

Defense Distributed’s founder Cody Wilson has worked over a year on the project, apparently citing the one-shot pistols that were designed to be air-dropped over France during World War II as inspiration. This modern version is, however, formed of 15 components made inside a Stratasys Dimension SST 3D printer.

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