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It wasn’t long after the world’s first 3D printed gun (The Liberator) was demonstrated to work successfully that gun-control lawmakers on the left coast began conspiring how they could start adding something else to their ban list.
Defense Distributed created the gun with their 3D printer and have offered the plans for making one available to the public. Last check they already had over 100,000 people download these plans. These 3D printers basically take blocks of plastic and turn them into workable parts to create almost anything.
Just knowing that something can be used as a gun has put these leftist lawmakers on the banning crusade, worrying about how they can “control” yet another part of our lives. Did they forget that people have been making their own guns for years, including the “pipe gun”?
You can see the video below of the awkwardly ugly but effective gun firing its first round for the public to see. We’ve been told it shoots .380 caliber bullets.
You can tell the reporter doesn’t fully understand that a 3D printed gun can also be used to SAVE lives, as we often report here on GunsnFreedom.com. Just because the gun can be used to harm people is not a justifiable reason not to ban it. Otherwise we would have to ban chainsaws, knives, and even hammers which kill more people per year that semi-automatic rifles.
California state lawmaker Leland Yee said he will be introducing legislation to ban 3D printed guns and 3D printers in general
“While I am as impressed as anyone with 3-D printing technology and I believe it has amazing possibilities, we must ensure that it is not used for the wrong purpose with potentially deadly consequences. I plan to introduce legislation that will ensure public safety and stop the manufacturing of guns that are invisible to metal detectors and that can be easily made without a background check.”
While “The Liberator” can only shoot one round, the 3D printer technology looks to have great potential in future builds. But the thing that has anti-gun lawmakers so upset is that they will have a harder time regulating high-capacity magazines from entering the market. And regulation has become their main objective.
This printer has already been capable of making the magazines, so banning them outright would present a problem.
What do you think about this technology? It can obviously be used for good or evil, but the same goes for the standard printer which has been used to make counterfeit money or print book reports. We love the name of the gun, and think that it properly represents what is at stake here.
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