3D Printed AR-15 Rifles On Sale Online

The ATF has issued a Type 7 Federal Firearms License (FFL) to Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributed.

The company has already made several prototypes of 3D-printable gun parts for the AR-15 semi-automatic rifle and several other firearms like the .22 pistol left. A free download of blueprints and files compatible with 3D printers can be found on the company website defensedistributed.com

Cody Wilson  strikes fear into the liberals blackened hearts apparently. Wired magazine added Cody to their list of the 15 most dangerous people in the world.

Defense Distributed is a target of the grousing 2nd amendment bashers.   But two unnamed Texas companies have come to the rescue and provided funds, space and printers for the heroic team.

In other gun news, Dianne Feinstein's attempt to destroy the 2nd amendment has been halted by Harry Reid.  Feinstein's language will not be present in the main gun bill the Senate will vote on and neither will an extended background check.

Sheriffs in Colorado are warning they will not enforce laws that violate the 2nd amendment despite insidious efforts by Democrats to squash the constitution.

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