The technology could herald an era of DIY guns.
Defense Distributed is a Texas-based company founded by self-declared anarchist and former law school student Cody Wilson in 2012 as an online, open-source organization developing digital firearm files.
In 2013, Wilson told CNN that it was an important symbolic political statement. Wilson, a gun rights activists, has been arguing that the First Amendment protects his constitutional right to share the 3D files as free speech. Per Reuters, the government argued as recently as April of this year that 3D printable guns would fall into the hands of criminal groups and extremists.
The guns produced on 3D printers are made nearly entirely out of ABS plastic, the same material used to make Lego bricks. The available guns - plastic and without serial numbers and therefore untraceable - include AR-15s, AR-10s, a pistol called the "Liberator" and a Ruger 10/22.
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Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson speaking at the 2017 GeekWire Summit.
At least eight states are rushing to sue the Trump administration over its decision to allow a Texas company to publish blueprints for untraceable 3D-printed homemade guns. Wilson said he would make the plans available August 1 - the day, his website said, when "the age of the downloadable gun formally begins".
"Yet that's exactly what the Trump administration is allowing", said Attorney General Underwood. Ferguson asked. "These downloadable guns are unregistered and very hard to detect, even with metal detectors, and will be available to anyone regardless of age, mental health or criminal history".
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"This is where we are taking gun rights in the future, in the future all guns will be made by 3D printers, all cars will be made by 3D printers", said Alan Gottlieb with the Second Amendment Foundation. On July 10, Breitbart News reported that Wilson won his suit and, as a result, reached a settlement with the State Department.
"I am now being sued by 21 state attorneys general". "For years, the State Department worked to prevent these deadly designs from going public, and it's hard to fathom why it suddenly reversed course on an issue with such clear consequences for public safety", he continued. "If people have the ability to download these guns arbitrarily, the danger to the public is going to be huge", Best said.
Ferguson described the Trump administration's actions as illegally "throwing the game", because they were already winning the lawsuit and did not follow the proper protocol in settling the case.
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