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Twenty states announced Monday that they plan to ask a federal judge in Seattle to immediately issue a temporary restraining order against Defense Distributed, a Texas-based group that has already begun making 3D-printer gun files available on its DEFCAD website after a recent legal settlement with the US State Department.
That's a disturbing thought. Hopefully they'll be properly trained to use them.
Instead of trying to ban the idea, let everyone do it and just give law enforcement more lethal capabilities to stay ahead of the curb.
We're creating so much new technology in such a short time, that we're facing a constantly shifting paradigm in every aspect of our lives. It's nearly impossible to stay in front of it.
A very grey area because of the technology involved is so new and innovative, what will it come down to?
originally posted by: Alien Abduct
a reply to: DexterRiley
I agree 100% We need a ruling by the Supreme Court to get this booger out of the way.
I’m pretty sure making your own gun isn’t illegal even in those 20 states so I don’t see why printing one should be any different.
What a waste of tax payer money..