https://www.wired.com/story/a-landmark-legal-shift-opens-pandoras-box-for-diy-guns/ https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2018/07/11/justice-department-ruling-legalises-3d-gun-printing/ Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed has won his case allowing him to freely disseminate information on how to 3D print the "Liberator" pistol. In 2015 he was forced to remove the files from his website because the government alleged that this was a form of arms exportation. Cody Wilson made an appeal on First Amendment grounds, and just won. Another win for liberty! What say you Sherdog? For those who believe that the spread of this information is somehow a negative, you need to actually demonstrate why the spread of this information would be a negative. The general availability of arms and ammunition being considered a negative will not be taken as a given. Private firearm ownership has increased in this country, all while violent crime rates have dropped. If you oppose the dissemination of this information, you're going to have to have a better reason than just "guns=bad".