3-D Printable Gun Designs: National Security Threat or Protected Free Speech?
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From the CenterThousands download 3D-printed gun designs
Blueprints for 3D-printed guns, published online four days early amid last-minute attempts to ban them, have been downloaded thousands of times.
From the RightSenate Dems blast Trump for newly available 3D gun blueprints: 'Blood' on his hands
Senate Democrats on Tuesday said President Trump will have “blood” on his hands and be “totally responsible” for 3D-printed guns that end up on the streets if his administration doesn’t immediately move to block a Texas company from posting blueprints for the firearms online.
From the LeftTrump questions 3-D printable guns — which his own administration just helped make available to public
Weeks after a settlement with the State Department allowed Texas nonprofit Defense Distributed to republish blueprints for downloadable guns online, 3-D printable guns have grabbed the president’s attention.