Should it be legal to 3D print a gun? | The Tylt
"The Liberator" is a 3D-printed gun made of plastic invented in 2013. The blueprints on how to make the gun have not been released because the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled it a national security concern, despite First and Second Amendment rights. The inventor of the Liberator, Cody Wilson, has a company that now sells the "Ghost Gun," a milling machine that can fabricate un-registered and un-marked (metal) guns for its owner. Should this too be squashed? What do you think? Vote below. 🔫
Should it be legal to 3D print a gun?
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