Texas court considering fate of 3-D printed pistols

Jared Morgan for Guns.com reports:

A Texas court heard argument Monday calling the U.S. Department of State out for its censorship of online plans for a 3-D printable firearm.

Attorneys for Defense Distributed filed a motion for preliminary injunction to halt enforcement of “any prepublication approval requirement against unclassified information under the International Traffic Arms Regulations,” which seeks to control the export of defense-related technology.

The federal government recently added a provision to the regulations which would include the control of technical data.

“I can imagine any number of ways this might get decided and … the judge could imagine a few others,” lead attorney Alan Gura told Guns.com. “There’s really no way to predict the outcome.”

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