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DEC 8, 2013 LAWS RE: "PRINTING" GUNS WILL BE OFF THE BOOKS

 
 
Reply Thu 14 Nov, 2013 03:45 pm
On Decemebr 8 or 10, the requirement that all hand guns require at least 4% metal mixed into the plastic matrix, will be off the books(unless the law is renewed)> IF THERE IS SOME 2nd AMENDMENT ISSUE ON THIS< ID SURE LIKE TO HEAR SOME REASONED REASONING.

With 3D printing becoming a mature "craft" , plastic guns are all the rage among potential terrorists. SO to make guns that are virtually invisible to any detection, we culd be in for another rash of

1detailed full cavity searches for gun parts

2hijackings
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Reply Thu 14 Nov, 2013 11:11 pm
@farmerman,
We should require that they only be printed with very slow printers that use inkjet cartridges.

The cartridges will dry out between printings.
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Reply Fri 15 Nov, 2013 12:03 am
@Butrflynet,
Im not kidding. These 3D printers are capable of actually "EXTRUDING" a real gun that actually works. And it is made out of plastic.
If the law is allowed to "Go away" we will hve undetectable guns being manufactured by these 3D printers.
As it is, all the plastic used iin gun manufacture, MUST hve 4% ferrous metql so it can be detected by a Magnetometer AND Xray
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