posted on Feb, 14 2013 @ 07:03 PM
I'm kind of failing to understand this correctly.
So, basically what we can do now is print the damn high cap magazines and what not parts... to make a whole gun or.. wait what?
I must be sleeping under a rock for the past 5 years, I didn't know we could print a friggin' gun out of a 3D printer.
The last time I heard a pistol that was printed out of a 3D printer can only last a few rounds of fire before it breaks down. So have there been a
drastic improvement in quality or material make since then?
Also, i'm sort of having a hard time understanding the title of the thread.
So please allow me to ask a question this way. I live in California, what happens if I print a 12 round magazine for my home defense hand gun?
What are the implications of this. I mean, it's illegal in Cali to have a pistol magazine that is more than 10 rounds. So 90% of all Californian gun
owners are probably very deadly with 1911's lol... but I digress..
What does it mean for me if I print out a 12 round mag and put it in my H&K USP 45? Is it still illegal in California?
If so, I kind of failed to see the point of this 3D printable clips or parts. If they're illegal to own, then I'm still breaking the law by printing
one out and own it? Am I correct to assume this?