3D-Printed Gun Designs ‘Gone Dark’: Wiki-Weapons Project Removes Designs After Gov’t ‘Claims Control of the Information’
We're not talking about the gun itself, just the design plans on how to build one. Someone give Barack Hussein Obama a refresher course on the Bill of Rights please. Worse yet, someone tell him that such a thing exists.A few days ago TheBlaze reported that Defense Distributed, which is heading up the Wiki-Weapons project, had completed its initial goal of creating a fully functional firearm using only a 3D printer. It then posted the blueprints for this 3D printable design on its DEFCAD forum.
First, there were renewed calls for bans on such weapons from lawmakers classifying them as "undetectable" by metal detectors and X-ray machines. And Thursday afternoon, the files for "The Liberator" design, which many have been downloading for the last couple days, were "removed from public access at the request of the US Department of Defense Trade Controls," a notice on DEFCAD reads.
This message is posted in a red banner at the top of the DEFCAD website along with the sentence "Until further notice, the United States government claims control of the information." <snipped>
but words will never hurt me.