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It’s Too Late To Stop 3D Printed Guns…

But That Doesn’t Mean It’s Not Worth Trying To Slow The Flow Of Information On How To Make Them…

The so-called “crypto anarchist” who recently reached an agreement with the Justice Department to start the distribution of blueprints for all kinds of 3D printed guns, already uploaded some of those plans late last week. Even though the ban on distribution wasn’t supposed to end until today. And so by now those plans have already been downloaded thousands of times. (And other designs have been available online for a while — just like everything is — if you really wan to find it).

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  1. They’re criminals, terrorists, etc., who’ll go to great lengths to get their hands on a gun that’s untraceable and undetectable. That’s why they’re called “ghost guns”.

Peabody award winning journalist. Streaming media pioneer. Played @ CBGB back in the day. Editor-In-Chief "The Chaos Report" www.thechaosreport.com

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