As the door opens to download instructions to 3D print untraceable/undetectable firearms, how do you think this will affect the future?
- Anonymous2 years agoFavorite Answer
The cops are worried because such firearms bear no numbers.
- GEORGE BLv 72 years ago
Not much. Buying a 3D printer capable of doing that, and then buying the materials and needed software would cost considerably more that buying a traditional firearm.
- KiethLv 72 years ago
The first person caught printing out a 3-D gun will be charged with a felony and go to prison for 25 to life.
- 2 years ago
Very little. It is extremely difficult if not impossible to build a semi-automatic 3D pistol. All these guns you see are limited-use, one-shot pistols good for maybe a half dozen shots. You know, kids were making zip guns out of car antennas sixty years ago - same principle.
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- LeoLv 72 years ago
It's an unbelievably stupid idea.
- marsel_duchampLv 72 years ago
It will still take a lot of skill to make it functional. A boon to terrorists.
- Curtis 1911Lv 72 years ago
People been making guns and firearms for many decades already.
Anyone can buy a small CNC mill and make a gun for much less than a CNC printer.
There also is an AR-15 lower receiver kit for sale that anyone can finish machining with a cordless drill.
So you can relax because the 3D printer Liberator plans are not going to change anything.
Sherline 5000 CNC-ready Milling Machine
- ProfessorLv 72 years ago
The beginning of the Star Trek replicator and an end to the monopoly on production. When everybody can produce anything they need or want to live then there is no more need for money or wealth.
- mustagmeLv 72 years ago
There is no difference between this and any other firearm. "Shall not be infringed."