YouTube user "Xtamared" built a partly 3D-printed railgun that can fire aluminum or graphite projectiles at over 250 meters per second (560 mph). No, this isn't Quake, but it's no janky, all-plastic weapon, either. The "handheld" weapon houses six...

Guy creates handheld railgun with a 3D-printer

YouTube user “Xtamared” built a partly 3D-printed railgun that can fire aluminum or graphite projectiles at over 250 meters per second (560 mph). No, this isn't Quake, but it's no janky, all-plastic weapon, either. The “handheld” weapon houses six…

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