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15-Year-Old Invents 3-D Printed .70-Caliber Bullets That Actually Shoot

While he isn’t the first to invent bullets from a 3-D printer, this 15-year-old California teen is likely the first to invent ones that actually shoot.

In a video he posted to his YouTube channel, Michael Yeh explains the process he used to invent the .70-caliber bullets.

Taofledermaus, the YouTube personality known for shooting experimental projectiles, put the .70-caliber bullets to the test.

While three-dimensional printers are pretty cool, it’s kids with this kind of creativity and innovation that will change the world.

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15-Year-Old Invents 3-D Printed .70-Caliber Bullets That Actually Shoot