It's called exercising our fundamental, Constitutional rights....
Via The Washington Times:
A group of gun rights activists posted downloadable blueprints to create 3D plastic guns Tuesday evening from their own sites, even after a Seattle-based judge placed a temporary restraining order blocking the original company’s launch.
NBC News initially reported about the website early Wednesday morning.
A website called Code Is Free Speech was created Tuesday in light of the controversy over what opponents are calling “ghost guns.” Eight different codes are currently posted on the site, including plans for the AR-10 and the AR-15.
Posted plans also include the “Liberator,” which was first posted by Defense Distributed and was blocked by the Obama-era State Department in 2013.
The creators specifically thanked the Texas-based company in their official statement.
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