By Tom Knighton
(Erich Pratt, Executive Director of GOA/Townhall Media photo)
Right now, the anti-gunners are all in a tizzy. They’re all screaming bloody murder, no pun intended, that 3-D printed guns may become more common. They’re taking issue with the Justice Department refusing to continue with a case against Defense Distributed over their decision to put files on the internet.
Honestly, they tend to have a problem with anything that doesn’t go 100 percent their way.
The Gun Owners of America have issued a statement of their own regarding 3D printed guns.
Gun Owners of America Statement on 3D-Printed Firearms
Springfield, VA – Beginning August 1, Defense Distributed will begin posting blueprints online so that law-abiding gun owners can begin making their own personal firearms. This action comes after a court settlement with Defense Distributed which allows the company to resume the activity. Erich Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, issued the following statement:
“This is freedom. This is what the Second Amendment protects. With few exceptions under federal law, it is legal to make your own personal firearm, as long as it is not transferred to another person. Why wouldn’t the Second Amendment protect the right of a law-abiding citizen to make his or her …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms