Whenever the subject of cool and unique 3D-printed guns comes up, the name Print Shoot Repeat will follow soon after. The undisputed king of 3D- printed guns on YouTube and social media, well at least when it comes to getting banned and deleted anyway. So how does he do it? Where does he obtain all the knowledge to reproduce some of the industry’s top models and brands? How did he develop the idea for the infamous HK slap video? And what’s with the facemask and secret identity anyway?
We sent Alex Landeen out on assignment to an undisclosed location for an exclusive SKILLSET interview to get the answers to all these questions and more. You can watch the full uncut interview exclusively here on SKILLSET, well in 2 parts anyway, it’s a bit lengthy, We told Alex not to bother to return unless he got all the secrets, and rest assured he left no stone uncovered.
3D-Printed Guns Part One
Part one jumps right into just how and why PSR chose to get started in the world of 3D-printing firearms, and in the process created a huge social media presence. With a YouTube account, that at the time of print roughly hovers around 400k subscribers, it’s fair to say he has a lot of adoring fans eager for his knowledge.
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3D-Printed Freedom Part Two
In the final part of this video series with Print Shoot Repeat, Alex Landeen presses on with the tough questions that few people get to ask. Case in point, the now infamous, HK slap video. How did it come about? Was it originally all PSR’s idea? And let’s not forget the music, he makes his own techno beats too?
The subject of 3D-printed guns itself seems to have ruffled some feathers on our social media channels. A lot of it centers around the fact that we are calling too much-unwanted attention, and it will draw in the ATF. But we would like to counter by saying that all gun rights should be protected, even if you don’t agree with them, remember the bump stock ban? We are quite certain you do. All gun laws are infringements on American citizens, and that’s that.
Print Shoot Repeat, In Print!
But that’s not all! For all you physical print aficionados out there, a full print feature by Kenzie Fitzpatrick is inside the June/July issue of SKILLSET Magazine. Which by the way I’d like to point out, can be located by looking inside the pages of Ballistic Magazine. That’s right five times a year you can count on Athlon Outdoors to deliver you the most Alpha content in print right inside your favorite firearms publication.
We have had a blast around SKILLSET headquarters watching this video series, and we hope you guys have too! Be sure to leave us a comment and let us know how you liked it. Or maybe what questions we should have asked him instead?