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Most of you probably know this

But in case you don’t: The ATF Explains the Law Surrounding 3D-Printed Guns

Hint, there really aren’t any.

4 Responses to “Most of you probably know this”

  1. pkoning Says:

    Naturally. Manufacturing is manufacturing; it doesn’t matter whether you print a gun or bolt it together from pieces of sheet metal or plumbing pipes bought at Home Depot.

  2. Lyle Says:

    I’d have thought, from witnessing the media freak-out storm, that the emergence of 3D printing was gradually changing the physical laws of the universe, thus putting the Earth in danger of undergoing gravitational collapse and becoming a black hole. Huh…

  3. JTC Says:

    Ghost Laws for Ghost Guns? Seems appropriate.

    That’s the same chapter where all the laws regulating the NPA are. What’s that? Can’t find it? Exactly.

    Non-laws are some of the most important ones we have. They should be defended relentlessly.

  4. Sigivald Says:

    “Don’t sell one without serializing and getting a manufacturing tax stamp” is about it, I’d think, apart from the mentioned “don’t make one if you can’t own a gun legally”.

    (And “don’t make any that are inherently illegal without a tax stamp, without an appropriate manfuacturing tax stamp”.)