Tuesday, April 8, 2014 9:29:02 PM
McGovern1981, you're either a troll or a nationalist bigot. Either way, you`re irrelevant. But I`ll answer you anyway, because I have some spare time.
Please explain to me how you would use a 3D printer, which prints objects in plastic or metal, to *print* saltpeter, charcoal and sulfur.
I don`t mean to print objects using those materials - that might be possible.
I mean to do what you have claimed is possible - to use the printer to create those materials.
Of course you could buy them and make your own explosive to use as a propellant (just like you could buy some materials and make them into a gun using conventional tools). Nobody has said you can`t, so you`re arguing against something nobody has said. Which is silly and pointless, just like talking to you.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 6:53:22 AM
Mr_Ike I realize that but he asked for a propellant and he got one. You could also make something far more destructive than a gun with that I'll let you use your imagination for that one.
Monday, April 7, 2014 10:30:04 AM
Mcgovern, blackpowder is pretty much useless in a semi-automatic weapon. It creates too much by-products and smoke, causing the weapon to jam very rapidly. You'll need a smokeless powder, which is slightly more involved to make.
Monday, April 7, 2014 8:56:56 AM
Besides the fact the world is already awash in modern powder and munitions but ya Queen Mummy keeps the scary stuff out of there at least that's what they keep telling you....