Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by RicInOR, Sep 9, 2015.
You can print your own guns at home. Next it will be nuclear weapons. Really.
OMG OMG OMG OGMG OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You don't have to print your nuclear weapons just ask obozo and he will give them and $ to you.
Me thinks it's a heart problem not a weapons problem (on both sides: the takers and the violent users)
These folks have nothing better to do than come up with completely implausible scenarios. What thug or mass shooter will possess the time, effort, skill, money and desire to produce weapons by these means? And why would they? We already know they get guns via straw purchase, theft and from gangs. We also know that most mass shooters simply go and buy their guns legally, passing a BGC in the process. So why the hell bother with something as worthless as a 3D printed gun?
As for the WMD part - what a joke. Since it would be absolutely impossible for anyone not connected to a government agency to get their hands on fissionable material (legally or illegally), the whole point is moot. And, since we know the kind of destructive power things like trucks/fertilizer and pressure cookers can do, again, why would anyone bother?
And they call us crazy
I was informed they are sheets
As in sheet heads?
Give it a minute,took me a few
I cant wait to be able to print hardened steel hammer forged barrels at home.
Why print guns when you could print gold coins. I'd say print cash, but the FedReserve already has that market cornered.
s'easy... just hang out and wait for the laundry truck...
Seriously, you missed this little gem while the MSM was worried about the Bachelor and whether or not Justin Bieber's ex pet monkey had come out as being gay...
Anyway, easy as pie to accidentally leave vials full of weapons grade nuclear material in the laundry. Gotta start checking their pockets, I guess...
I want to be able to 3D print the stuff my kids lose, like lunch boxes, shoes, my truck keys, and phone chargers.
Unbelievable! The stupidity of some people.
Oh, I found the problem:
"Daniel C. Tirone is an assistant professor of political science at Louisiana State University. James Gilley is a PhD candidate in political science at Louisiana State University."
Political science. That's the problem. Probably tricked into thinking they were scientists because of the name. Otherwise they would certainly know that printing some plutonium would require taking hydrogen and adding the energy of a star going super nova to pop out some uranium. Then they would need to print that neutron gun to make some U-239 so it could decay into some plutonium for the NUCLEAR WEAPON PEOPLE ARE GOING TO PRINT AT HOME
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