Wait a minute, that’s not what the 2nd Amendment says!
Welcome to 2018, where you can download instructions to create a gun with a 3-D printer.
Here is the one example I’ve seen floating around the internet:
Are you kidding me? This looks like some sort of cheap-ass Wii Zapper.
Imagine working behind the counter at a 7-Eleven and some dude strolls in, points this in your face and tells you to empty the register.
I’d ask him if he was sure his controller was connected 😂
Then I’d get shot, because apparently it’s a real gun 😭
There’s no way in hell John Wayne would get caught toting one of these shooters.
But all in all, it seems like a dangerous precedent is being set with 3D printer guns.
If eight-year-old Wilfred is angry at Glenn for stealing his lunch money every day, what’s to stop him from printing off some gun parts from his daddy’s printer, whipping together an AK-47 and giving Glenn the old what-fer?
I don’t know about you, but I don’t think you should be allowed to just walk into a store with 110 bucks and buy a 3D printer.
And what are we going to do if the Crips get their hands on one of these printers? You can say goodbye to the Bloods…until they get their own printer!
Next thing you know they’ll be selling these printers at gun shows, too.
And don’t even get me started on printed military-style assault weapons.
“A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state…”
When the Founders wrote this, there is no way they could have envisioned the 3D printer.
Or plastic guns that look like Wii zappers.
Is it going to take a Russian arms dealer to scoop of half-a-dozen 3D printers to realize that we have to get this under control, or just another school shooting with a gun that can’t be traced?