Days After Cops Raid Home, 3D Gun Legend ‘JStark’ Found Dead of ‘Heart Attack’ at 28


by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:

The 3D gun pioneer, who invented the rapid-fire 3D-printed gun that could be entirely printed at home, “JStark” has died, according to German magazine Der Spiegel. He passed away in his home, according to the magazine, of a heart attack. He was just 28-years-old.

After his invention of the FGC-9 in 2020, JStark became a well-cherished internet hero and news of his death is sending shockwaves through his popular channels. According to Der Spiegel, JStark died on Friday, October 8 of a heart attack.


The magazine reports that it “appears” his death was natural and police ruled out foul play. Adding to the suspicious nature of a 28-year-old man, who appeared to be in good health, dying of a heart attack, however, is the fact that days before he died, on October 6, police raided his home.

On top of being a 3D-printing pioneer in the weapons realm, JStark was also an outspoken supporter of free speech, firearms ownership, and anti-political correctness. He was quoted in a documentary as saying, “We want everyone to have the freedom of speech, and the right to bear arms. If that’s too politically extreme for you … f**k yourself.”

Designs for the FGC-9, which stands for “f**k gun control 9 mm,” were made widely available on the internet in late 2020. While many 3D-printed guns require actual gun parts like a magazine or bolt, the FCG-9 was revolutionary in the way it allowed folks to print everything they needed from home. The only thing that could not be 3D-printed, but could still be manufactured at home, was the barrel.

The gun, including the printer could be made at home for just $350, which includes the $250 for the printer.

Given the establishment’s disdain for “ghost guns,” advocates of 3D-printed guns have long been in the crosshairs of authorities. This is leading to speculation online that JStark’s death may have involved foul play — especially considering that heart attacks in 28-year-olds are quite rare.

According to the CDC, around 735,000 Americans have a heart attack annually. However, only about 0.3 percent of those heart attacks involve men and women between the ages of 20-39.

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