According to a landmark court ruling handed down this week, citing national security
Protecting the right to blueprints
Protecting the right to files for printing guns while they're still files
It would also outlaw hosting design files for 3D printed weapons
Does a machine that makes gun parts count as an unmarked weapon?
Two years for six shooters.
This gun is just a few improvements away from being terrifying.
They aim to determine whether 3-D printed firearms present a real threat—and whether they can use the weapons for their own purposes.
A Wisconsin engineer has produced a cheaper, more durable version of Defense Distributed's 3-D printed pistol on an inexpensive, consumer-grade printer.
100,000 downloads just might prove him right.
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