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Does that printer print out the ammunition as well? so what comes first, the ammo or the pistol?
reply to post by PhoenixOD
Its perfect. Not just America. The whole world. Governments will have to accept guns and maybe they will start teaching safety to kids again.
Either 3d printers are banned, guns become legal, or they really start filling prisons. Think about it.. eventually these printers will be in every home. Like paper printers.
Just what America needs..more guns! more guns! more guns!
reply to post by Fylgje
I'll be impressed when they can 3D print ammunition. Until then, they're only building weird shaped clubs.
I loved the way the guy said "its not out intention to show how to make fast cheap guns.." . Im only surprised he didnt turn around and wink at that point. lol
With certain exceptions a firearm may be made by a non-licensee provided it is not for sale and the maker is not prohibited from possessing firearms.