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Ghost Guns

Does anyone really believe that someone intent on doing harm with a 3D printed polymer firearm is going to bother to register it with the state? This is like trying to cut down on pot smoking by demanding people register their weed. This technology means the game is up. Just like potheads can grow a few plants in their walk-in-closet with the right equipment, building guns now requires even less. Gun control is obsolete, but these ridiculously clueless people haven’t realized it yet.

h/t to Jacob.

4 Responses to “Ghost Guns”

  1. Dave says:

    Screw that horse mouthed Toby Keith. All his music sounds the same, and it all sucks.

  2. Andy B. says:

    “. . . someone intent on doing harm with a 3D printed polymer firearm is going to bother to register it with the state?”

    Better yet, you won’t have to create it until you intend to use it, after which you will have no qualms (other than environmental) about dropping it down the storm sewer, because you can always print another just like it! :-)

  3. mike says:

    Remember, this about preventing crime! As usual, criminals will be exempt from registering:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haynes_v._United_States

  4. Asdf says:

    I doubt that a single 3D-printed firearm has ever been used in a single robbery, shooting, or even simply found on anyone’s person out on the street.

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