More media ignorance.
There is no shortage of ways — legal and illegal — to obtain a firearm, and there may soon be another.
A federal judge last week blocked a Texas gun-rights organization from publishing online the schematic designs for printable 3D guns. Those designs would have allowed people to download 3D plans for firearms ranging from a handgun to the AR-15 rifle used in several mass shootings, including the one at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14 that left 17 students and adult staff members dead.
And if you think 3D guns are space-age stuff, think again.
Experts say that advancements in technology have made it possible to print a firearm that is every bit as operational — and lethal — as anything you can buy at a gun shop.
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