Instructor: Alex “CTRL+Pew” Holladay
Sessions: Wednesdays, March 3, 10, 17, 24, 2021 @ 8:30 PM Eastern (5:30 PM Pacific)
Each session will run between 2 and 2.5 hours
Each session will be recorded and immediately available for streaming for participants who are unable to attend a session.
Since 2013, when Cody Wilson’s Defense Distributed organization released the blueprints for the first 3D-printed gun, countless people across the world—probably numbering in the hundreds of millions—have used cheap 3D printers and blueprints to produce firearms of nearly every type in their homes.
Governments around the world have tried and failed to stop the production of do-it-yourself guns. But technology has made it impossible for governments to thwart the desire of people to provide for their own security. The genie is out of the bottle. 3D-printed guns are the future.
This unprecedented course—a course that no regular university would consider offering—will guide you through the making of your own 3D-printed gun and give you the knowledge to become self-sufficient in providing for your own security.
Led by Alex Holladay—who as “CTRL+Pew” is one of the leading producers of blueprints and instructional videos for 3D-printed firearms —this course will guide you through every step of making your own gun.
The first two sessions will cover the software, hardware, tools and equipment you will need to set up your print and produce safe and effective firearms, as well as the upgrades and repairs to improve your arsenal.
Sessions three and four will be devoted to something that is not allowed to be shown on Youtube—building printed elements into a finished gun. Alex will show you how to build a semiautomatic Glock pistol and the famous AR-15 semiautomatic rifle, and will help students in the course build guns from components they have printed.