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Via the San Diego Union-Tribune: 

A group of tech savvy California gun nuts thumbed their noses Tuesday at a Seattle federal court judge’s temporary restraining order that bars the distribution of gun making plans for 3D printers.

The group, which includes the Calguns Foundation, the California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees, the Firearms Policy Coalition and the Firearms Policy Foundation, created a website “to promote the collection and dissemination of truthful, non-misleading speech, new and evolving ideas and the advancement of the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.”

Aside from the pro-gun rhetoric, the website includes machining instructions for an AR-15 and several automatic pistols and the 3D printer plans for a single-shot handgun which was specifically blocked by a federal judge as part of a multi-state lawsuit...

The Firearms Policy Coalition, as the group calls themselves, said that they did not believe the judge’s ruling applied to them.

“Nationwide injunctions are legally suspect and almost certainly without foundation in the Constitution,” according to Craig DeLuz, a spokesman. “We are not a party to any case in the jurisdiction of any court located in Seattle, so we couldn’t comment on any temporary restraining order that we haven’t been served with or viewed.”

If they are held in contempt of court, the group vowed that they are ready.

“In any event, we have qualified attorneys throughout the United States who would forcefully advocate for our rights, as well as the constitutional rights of our members, supporters, and the public,” DeLuz said in an email.

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