Look at the “training manuals” link at the top of the page. I have added four manuals on making homemade firearms to that page. All of the manuals are in alphabetical order. The new ones all begin with “homemade.”

Since it is easier to make fully automatic firearms than semi, three of them are for submachine guns, and one is a break open. They can all be made with common parts found at a hardware store using inexpensive hand tools.

As a disclaimer, please note that they are being provided for educational purposes only. If you make any of the firearms there, remember to follow the law in making these evil “ghost guns” and you do so at your own risk.


chiefjaybob · May 18, 2022 at 7:57 pm

The communists in charge in Illinois just passed the first law in the Midwest banning the manufacture, possession, or sale of a firearm without a serial number. First offense is a misdemeanor, second a felony.

Gonna be a lot of make-up serial8zing going on.

I hate this place.

    Divemedic · May 18, 2022 at 8:22 pm

    I wouldn’t. Instead, hide a few caches in areas that can’t be connected to you, so if your registered ones are ever confiscated, you have an emergency stash.

It's just Boris · May 18, 2022 at 8:03 pm

Thank you!

Rusty · May 18, 2022 at 8:47 pm

Probably makes your blog illegal to access in Western Australia. They passed a law to make it illegal to have anything that may be used to manufacture or repair firearms, including exploded parts diagrams you’d see in the military, history books that describe making sten guns, and common manufacturing tools like lathes.

No, it was not well thought out. Yes, I’m confident it will be abused.

Lee Jordan Giddy · May 18, 2022 at 9:53 pm

Tip of the hat for Samizdat!
Found an odd piece at a bud’s place once of a one shot .22LR made from some scrap stainless steel.
It is better than nothing and you could ambush with it to upgrade firepower.
Never let a crisis go to waste works both ways.

Therefore · May 19, 2022 at 6:28 am

Having looked at building a gun from scratch I came to the conclusion that the hard part was making a rifled barrel. You need to be able to drill a deep straight accurate hole which is not easy.

Most drills are only good for 2.5 times their diameter. And drilled holes are not very good at holding dimensions. The make a hole that is bigger than the drill bit size. They do make things called gun drills that will drill deep straight on size holes but they are expensive.

Once you have a hole you need to rifle it. That is an entirely different headache.

Learn the skills and get the tools while you can and before you need them.

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