A decentralised network of gun-printing advocates is mobilising online, they're anonymously sharing blueprints, advice and building a community. There's no easy way they can be halted
I find 3d printers fascinating and scary at the same time. On the one hand I love that there are no limits to creativity, on the other hand I am afraid of creativity. I find printing a gun scary for several reasons.
The premeditation is already massive, since finding the model and printing it takes a lot of time. At the same time, except for a few parts, this printed weapon is made of plastic, which makes it almost impossible for scanning devices to find.
Anyone who invests a little €100 can theoretically print a weapon secretly and undetected. CREEPY