A review of a Popular Front Video interview of JStark1809 by Jake Hanarahan, accompanied by demonstration of the 3D printed FGC-9 semi-automatic 9mm carbine, somewhere in Europe.
After I agreed to review the Ghost Gunner 3 CNC Machine, it arrived on my doorstep. I opened the box, and the first thing I noticed was the Ghost Gunner 3 was a lot bigger than my old machine.
NJ Attorney General Grewal is trying a delaying tactic to tie this case up in legal red tape as long as possible while depriving us of our First Amendment rights…
What follows is a report of the advancements in 3D firearms printing & in particular the FGC-9 Carbine and with its 3D printed receiver and built from off-the-shelf parts.
State attorney generals are suing the Trump Administration to attack First and Second Amendment rights. They are using the Administrative Procedure Act and a Washington District Court to do it.
The Delaware legislature is considering a ban on homemade guns, and the computer files used to make guns. The law would violate both the First and Second Amendments.
A rifle pictured on Twitter is said to be a .223 caliber bolt action whose receiver was 3D printed. It is said to have been test fired.
To make their rifled barrels at home. No machine shop is required. Little room is needed. The process does not produce excessive noise. The process is virtually untraceable and unregulated.
Facebook has been reported as backing off its ban on the distribution of computer files for making guns with 3D printers. It was a fools errand to attempt to ban them.
A young Zimbabwe man has been arrested for making and possessing 3D printed guns in London, England. The pistols were popular composite designs that use steel tubes for barrel liners.
The battle over 3D printed firearms is once again heating up. This time the distributors of these files seem to be unstoppable.
H.R. 7115 known as the “3D Firearms Prohibitions Act” will ban the selling and all forms of advertising of parts kits for modern sporting rifles.