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11 Reddit comments about U.S. Army Improvised Munitions Handbook:

u/JoeIsHereBSU · 33 pointsr/preppers

Just some basic things can making them getting to you too difficult to continue. Basically make them go a different way.

u/Maleficent_Cap · 15 pointsr/gunpolitics

Hey you wanted an answer now you dont like it cuz "muh gun companies EVUL!"

Guess I'll go back to making improvised explosives and my own guns now. That help you feel safer since gun companies arent making profits?

>U.S. Army Improvised Munitions Handbook by Army

>Build Your Own Semi-Auto Handgun: A Step-by-Step Guide to Assembling an "Off-the-Books" GLOCK-Style P80 Pistol

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>The Chemistry of Powder and Explosives

u/guitarkow · 13 pointsr/liberalgunowners

When the DoD Improvised Munitions Handbook is available on amazon for $12 (or on the internet as a free PDF), they're living a double standard.

u/albertoeindouche · 7 pointsr/gunpolitics
u/AspiringArchmage · 5 pointsr/politics

>None of our freedoms are unrestricted, nor should they be, less there would be anarchy.

Yes and 3D printed guns have to follow NFA regulations, have to contain certain percentages of metal (besides the fact all bullets are metal but some politicians saw die hard and thought a glock 7 was real), can't be sold to other people without being serialized and the seller is an FFL, and felons/prohibited persons can't own or use them.



>We already have laws preventing the printing and distribution of certain things, such as how to make bombs and shit.

No actually we don't, you can order books on how to make explosives easy.

This is a book on amazon how to make explosives. From the military, There is nothing illegal about knowledge and criminalizing knowledge is a violation of the first amendment.

u/vanquish421 · 5 pointsr/gunpolitics

>They'll just trot out the "the Rights defined in the Bill of Rights are not unlimited," BS and claim that

And I doubt it will work here. The printing plans have already been published in a book. No fucking way is SCOTUS upholding a book ban. Also, this is legal and widely available everywhere in the US.

>much like shouting fire in a crowded theater


I don't blame your for your cynicism, but I do believe it's misplaced here.

u/HumbleEducator · 5 pointsr/news

A few hours on the internet can teach you that. THere is also the feely availalbe improvised munitions handbook

u/pliskin42 · 3 pointsr/preppers

I might also suggest the following manuals. You can probably find digital downloads of them as well, but they are pretty cheap and I like paper:

U.S. Army First Aid Manual

U.S. Army Improvised Munitions Handbook

U.S. Army Special Forces Guide to Unconventional Warfare

u/SniffingSarin · 1 pointr/news

You're completely incorrect about this. An IED is not difficult to make - you can construct one from scratch from common materials without anyone raising an eyebrow. There are instructions online the average person can follow - there's even a manual released by the U.S. military:

Making an effective and untraceable gun is much more complicated. I can't think of an instance of a shooter who has done this.

u/skateitup420 · 1 pointr/atheism
u/Kenny_94 · 1 pointr/inthenews

>there are issues with exporting files overseas. That's been determined to be a legitimate state security issue, and you'll see the same thing with Software distribution.

You can order a book online to other countries and pdfs written BY THE GOVERNMENT on how to make explosives and ordinance from conventional, household materials and it is freely available and legal for anyone to buy and download. Hell it is even free to download off of government websites.

It seems to me if it has always been legal to buy books, as you have said, how to make machine guns, explosives, suppressors, and things which are outlawed or legal to make with only with a licence and sell it online to anyone.Interesting how now the government wants to take a stand.

>And, TBH, I don't know why people get so fixated on DD

I am fixated on it because it is a blatant violation of the first amendment and it pisses me off they think they have the authority to ignore the constitution to virtue signal about guns that don't, and never have, threatened public safety. People have been milling out "ghost guns" for years and there was no increase in crime or use of those guns to commit more crimes.

>Two words: Muslim ban. It's against the Establishment clause to discriminate against religions, and yet, Trump did it.

the supreme court ruling said:

>the president’s power to secure the country’s borders, delegated by Congress over decades of immigration lawmaking, was not undermined by Mr. Trump’s history of incendiary statements about the dangers he said Muslims pose to the United States.

Trump is using his authority under the Immigration Act of 1990 to control immigration and:

8 U.S. Code § 1182 - Inadmissible aliens

Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.


If we want to change that, I am fine if we go through congress. I am not saying it is morally right just it is technically within his powers to legally do. He has a right to ban entire classes of immigrants so long as he can justify they are "detrimental to the interests of the United States".