With sights trained on innovation and a passion for firearms, Gunny McGunsmith is nothing you’d expect from a gun parts manufacturer. All designs are open source so you’re free to download and 3D print your own parts. And, if you don’t have your own 3D printer, our parts are surprisingly affordable.
Industry Leading 60-Day Satisfaction Guarantee
Machines may be printing your parts, but that doesn’t change the amount of love and attention to detail put into each order. That’s why all of our 3D printed gun parts are backed by a 60-day money back gaurantee. If you don’t like a part for any reason, we’ll give you a full refund.
$4 Flat Rate Shipping, Quick Order Processing
Load up the cart. Shipping will only ever cost you $4, no matter how many parts you buy. While each of our 3D Printed Parts are made to order, you’ll still see quick processing times thanks to our multiple 3D printers and optimized configurations.
30% of Profit Donated to Charities
We believe in responsible capitalism; we’re not in this just to turn a profit. We’re here to make an impact. That starts with donating 30% of profit to Deterrence Dispensed, Natural Resources Defense Council, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
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The Latest From Our Blog
Getting Ready to place your order? Below is a list of the colors we currently have in stock. Don't see the color you want listed? Click here to browse a list of filaments offered by our supplier. We can utilize any filament in stock on their site, but your order will...
Hey Everyone! I've been away from the blog for a while due to carpal tunnel, but thanks to many improvements and much rest I think I can begin easing back into the blog. To start things off, I just wanted to make a quick blog post discussing where you can get rails...
Hey everyone, Quick follow up from my last post - I still haven't had surgery yet, and I ended up getting diagnosed with carpal tunnel now. This has actually been quite difficult for me as my day job is working on a computer. With that in mind, it's just too hard on...