A man by the name of Michael Kramling has found a way to make hand-made bullets that do not destroy printed materials and may change the security reality in which we live
Printed weapons are a recipe for disaster. Even in their current configuration, which restricts them from firing more than a few bullets without being destroyed, one shot can be lethal, just like a regular pistol. But now, there are people who want to make the printed weapons business a reality. A mechanic by the name of Michael Kramling invented a handball, which takes the blast generated by the shooting, rather than the frame of the gun, which prevents it from falling apart.
The ball, called "314. Atlas" is made of lead and is wrapped in a thick steel backpack, which absorbs the energy needed for the bullet to fire normally. According to Krummling, the bullet not only absorbs the tremendous energy in place of the gun itself, but the reusable bullets also make the printed gun an endless and easy-to-shoot machine. But despite the cheap price of 27 cents (one dime), each bullet also takes an hour to produce, so their mass production does not appear, at least not in the near future.
Although Kramling did not decide to sell the special bullets himself, he published the design and production methods on his private site. The increase in the popularity of vessels Weapon Printed is a serious problem for the security forces, a problem that is only growing.
The parts of the Kramling pistol he had manufactured to shoot his atlas