The American gun control debate rages on, hot as ever. Liberals show no sign of relenting when it comes to taking away the rights of Americans to defend themselves against the state. However, thanks to the miracle of 3D printing, gun control is dead in the water. The most recent blow to gun control via 3D printing takes the form of a 30 round Glock magazine made completely out of plastic.
By Mason Mohon | @mohonofficial
The entrepreneurs among us tend to really like Uber. Those that want to revolutionize an aspect of the everyday lives of Americans want to “Uberize” one thing or another. Airbnb became the Uber for hotels. Some have created “Ubers” for anything from dog walking to alcohol delivery (even police, but that’s another future article). All we want to do is make the on-demand version of an aspect of daily life. And it is improving the quality of life in developed countries.
Cody Wilson is the founder of Defense Distributed and creator of the 3D printable gun. 71 Republic’s Mason Mohon sits down with him to talk ideology and future prospects.
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By Mason Mohon | United States
Technology has always been a glorious liberator. The internet meant that the state could no longer hide the terrible things they do from the watching public. Bitcoin and cryptocurrency have allowed people to make exchanges without using the notes issued by the dangerous Federal Reserve. Blockchain technology means we can safely store truth immutably without a centralized force. The newest addition to this list of technological liberators is 3d printed guns.