Man 1: 3-D printed guns. The dangerous next step in guns. Watch. You download the specs and start printing at home. Assemble the pieces, and in a few minutes... A gun! Just like that. Man 2: Bought these while you were talking.
And I bought a beer. So what?
Thanks libtards for all your useless gun laws. This can go both ways. If you’re not careful Mr Radish, I’ll go ALL CAPS, then you’ll really be sorry.
As I’ve always said,Guns don’t kill people, bullets kill people.There have apparently been some attempts to make ammo through 3D printing, but the problem is still the propellant.You still need to buy gunpowder, THAT can still be controlled.
The difference is prices, but yes him not being properly checked would be an issue.
Right on ConserveGov – cause nothing goes together like alcohol and automatic weapons. Hell, why do you think they call it the ATF in the first place?
As a conservative who supports the Second Amendment?The only guns I’d be making would be ones for my G. I. Joe collection. I’d rather not trust anyone’s life to something that could fail on the first attempt at firing.
A note on the British event: an UNARMED WOMAN approached the killers and talked them down. Police then arrived and shot both men, wounding, but not killing them.
An overall strange event, but they said their grievance was with the soldier having served in Afghanistan and killing people. Think what these guys might have done with an AR 15 or even a Glock had their “grievance” been of less specific nature, like our school shooters, Laughner, or the dude in Aurora making movie theaters mass murder sites. Yep, right, only nutso Muslims kill people.
It takes 3 to 5 days to get one, so not accurate or really funny.
These plastic guns are less accurate than a flintlock pistol, and have extremely low durability (That is, they’re single-shot weapons that have a tendency to blow up in your hand.) They only fire a single .22 calibre shot, which, unless you’re a crazy good shot, isn’t stopping anyone. Did I mention they’re less accurate than a flintlock?Furthermore, the high-end printer that can make high enough quality plastic will run you about fifty thou. If you buy a lower end printer, the gun is guaranteed to come apart in your hand.Also, you have to stick a big piece of metal in the handle (for the metal detectors), or it’s illegal. And as long as you’re going illegal, people are just gonna get black market arms, which are cheaper than a nice 3D printer anyhow.
Yeah, all we need now is to 3-D print some ammo! But, plastic ammo? Don’t know how well that will work. Can “hunting” and “target shooting” but anywhere near as much fun using plastic guns AND ammo? Of course, all those accused of mass killings, using plastic gun/ammo, in future can always plead “Temporary Insanity” at their trials.
Plastic guns have to have metal barrels and other parts and will not get past a detector.Don’t speak of something that you know nothing about.
Plastic guns on a computer. Has anyone ever heard of a milling machine and lathe?They’re metal working tools that have been making guns for over 150 years and there are tens of thousands of them out there in private hands.Believe it or not, a lot of us that went to school back in the 60’s and before can actually run these machines and make thing with them that actually work just like the things you buy in the stores.Good Lord! What has modern education wrought?
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