WTF a win for the First and the Second Amendment in one ruling.....

Veer_G

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Take it with a grain of salt. Every Commie gun club is going to pool together and get a decent 3-D printer.

BMA.
 
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pmclaine

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Take it with a grain of salt. Every Commie gun club is going to pool together and get a decent 3-D printer.

BMA.
And as gun owners they will all the sudden come to the realization.....

"Hey you can't ban guns........I own one!"
 

ArmyJerry

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Giving up your natural right to arms to defend yourself , property aand family to interpretation by 8 robed fucktards is a bad plan no matter who nominated the fucktards. The SCOTUS has grown too powerful and beyond any constitutional authority they think they have (which they dont), so fuck them, all of them.
 

TheGerman

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Take it with a grain of salt. Every Commie gun club is going to pool together and get a decent 3-D printer.

BMA.
And I'd wreck them with 1 gun a few mags and 1-2 other people.

Just because you have 50 guns doesn't mean you're 50 times better all of a sudden. Failure is still failure.
 

sirhrmechanic

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I read this in detail and this is a huge deal... ITAR not applied... DoJ had to pay the guys' legal fees. No prior restraint on speech.

This has massive implications, since it is perfectly legal to manufacture handguns and rifles. And even to sell them... And, arguably, if not selling across state lines, then there is no federal jurisdiction....

This may or may not be a game changer. What is a game changer is that the technology is coming... it's here for many. And in a decade, will be so prevalent that any kind of 'gun control' will be a joke.

They'll try 'ammo control' but in small volume, caseless ammo is going to be printable. The only question that will remain... how complex will the printed designs get? Well, they're printing the turbine fan blades in jet engines... that work at 1200 degrees and huge mechanical forces. So... the designs will get really interesting! Additive manufacturing lets you do things that you can only dream of with machine tools!

Cheers!

Sirhr
 
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I read this in detail and this is a huge deal... ITAR not applied... DoJ had to pay the guys' legal fees. No prior restraint on speech.

This has massive implications, since it is perfectly legal to manufacture handguns and rifles. And even to sell them... And, arguably, if not selling across state lines, then there is no federal jurisdiction....

This may or may not be a game changer. What is a game changer is that the technology is coming... it's here for many. And in a decade, will be so prevalent that any kind of 'gun control' will be a joke.

They'll try 'ammo control' but in small volume, caseless ammo is going to be printable. The only question that will remain... how complex will the printed designs get? Well, they're printing the turbine fan blades in jet engines... that work at 1200 degrees and huge mechanical forces. So... the designs will get really interesting! Additive manufacturing lets you do things that you can only dream of with machine tools!

Cheers!

Sirhr

Buying a 3D printer was a good idea for me several years ago. I'd like to get an even better one eventually. The usefulness is hard to estimate. I can make damn near anything I need as long as it fits within the constraints of my machine.

The parts I make are pretty hard to break, too. I've got stuff that has experienced daily abuses ranging from high temperatures, humidity, solvents, and strong kinetic forces being applied for years without any sign of giving up.
 

splean

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Because we can make artillery... And tje hairy bagpipe blowers... Can make zip guns. Game on, cupcakes!

Cheers

Sirhr

While I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment of your statement and share your enthusiasm, how about we call them fellators, cumzzlers, smutages, goober goblers, penis ventriloquists, sperm hoovers, grambos or any other creative take on "cock sucker"? Bagpipes are an extremely difficult instrument to master requiring discipline and countless hours of practice. Furthermore the pipes were deemed an instrument of war and were banned by the english with their Disarming Acts of 1746. My point being that real "bagpipe blowers" are actually pretty cool. All the best, Splean.
 
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