On Tuesday, a Federal Judge ruled that the Trump administration’s decision to allow Defense Distributed to post blueprints for 3D printed guns was illegal. Judge Robert Lasnik of the U.S. District Court in Seattle violated federal law with the order by not first notifying Congress. However, the information should be free, so here’s the download link.
Sleepy Joe Biden is coming for your guns. And this time, it’s not the typical “I’ll buy back your rifles and steal what you don’t turn over.” He’s going a step further, moving the Democrats in the direction of a new woke form of gun control: he’s coming after 3D-printable ghost gun code. This, however, is merely a pipe dream that would trample on the first, fourth, and second amendments of the Constitution.
3) Cody Wilson
The former head of Defense Distributed took a major step towards gun rights over the past several years. A self-proclaimed crypto-anarchist, Wilson is the creator of the first 3D-printed gun. With Defense Distributed, he has worked for years to produce files capable of printing various weapons. In 2013, Wilson had his first major breakthrough, successfully test-firing a small 3D-printed gun called the Liberator.
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.