...makes a big deal out of some yahoo who claims to be the inventor of "printed guns". Guy is a blowhard, and it's unlikely he invented the technology of 3-D printers, or figured out the data set to run the printer to make an AR-15 lower or one of his so-called "Liberator" (stolen name) "Wikiguns".
He did appear on Fox snooze though, and insisted that they call him an "anarchist".
I can think of better names: plaigarizer, intellectual property thief come to mind. Raving ego-maniac is a given. Pro-gun spokesman is NOT given. This guy has less to do with defending the Second Amendment than my pet cat.
The opposition does seem to have suckered in on the "invisibility quotient" of the "Wikigun" pistol. Look, airport scanners can detect liquid, for Christ's sake, of course they will see the "Wikigun". Didn't we go over this whole basket of over-ripe tripe 25 or 30 years ago with the Glock pistols? Haven't the scanners improved markedly in the meanwhile?
Go away, Wiki-archist. you are boring us, and please don't think you've counted any coup by getting a few idiot Democrats to rise to your bait. I could put a fresh egg in the microwave, explode it (yes, they go boom if you throw the energy to them without breaking the egg-sac first) and say I had just discovered that chickens can lay explosive eggs, put a vid of it on You Tube and the idiotarians in the (D)onk Party would try to ban chickens.
No, the "printed gun" is not the end of Gun Control.
Remember that Gun Control is not about controlling guns, printed or not. it's about controlling PEOPLE with guns.