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Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Printed gun fails after 6 shots: 'Ma Deuce' wasn't built (or printed) in a day*

Mike Vanderboegh, perennial thorn in the sides of liberty-haters, observes that 3-D printing has yet to become anything approaching the most practical, effective means of arming oneself against the government's wishes. That is indisputably true, for the moment. 3-D printers' capabilities, though, will inevitably grow, while costs will inevitably fall. Meanwhile, creative innovators like those involved in the Wiki Weapon project will continue to find better ways to harness the technology that is available now.

Got monopoly (on force)? Not for long . . . [More]

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