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    Creating guns out of 3D printing

    I have been reading a lot of articles, and recently read about guns made out from 3d printing. If you are in the world of 3d printing, would you like to create such output? Or would you rather help in creating something useful in the field of medication?

    What is your say about its pros and cons in creating guns from 3d printing?
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    I am looking for someone to help me 3d print a 10 round magazine for the Mossberg patriot 308. The factory mags are 5 rounders and fit flush. but some people think that a 10 round magazine would be great for things like hog hunting with this bolt gun.

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    3D printed guns are often portrayed as a looming, terrifying boogeyman by extreme gun control advocates, while at the same time they are often held up as proof by pro-gun and open carry advocates that regulation or legislation won’t solve the problems of gun violence.

    3D printed guns inherently dishonest, but they’re relying on the fact that most people hearing those arguments don’t know how 3D printers work. So as we sit amidst yet another debate about gun regulation I think it is important to present some facts about 3D printed guns that both sides rarely share. It is important that we make very clear how 3D printed guns are made, what they are capable of and how much of a threat they actually pose to the general public.

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    No one mentions the bench, file, hacksaw, vice and $60 drill press with which an individual can make a far better gun than anything short of an industrial laser sintering machine, but that's not news ;-)

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    3D printed weapons are regularly depicted as an approaching, frightening boogeyman by outrageous firearm control advocates, while in the meantime they are frequently held up as evidence by master weapon and open convey advocates that direction or enactment won't tackle the issues of firearm viciousness.

    3D printed weapons naturally exploitative, however they're depending on the way that a great many people hearing those contentions don't have the foggiest idea how 3D printers work. So as we sit in the midst of one more discussion about firearm direction I think it is imperative to exhibit a few actualities about 3D printed weapons that the two sides once in a while share. It is vital that we make obvious how 3D printed firearms are made, what they are prepared to do and the amount of a danger they really posture to the overall population.


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