By Tom Knighton
Ever since the Trump administration dropped it’s challenge to Cody Wilson’s decision to post files for 3D printers on his website, the anti-gunners have gone freaking nuts. They’re absolutely convinced that it will be the end of the republic as we devolve into a war-torn failed state, all because some people can build some gun without saying, “Mother may I?” to the government.
Nevermind the fact that people have been building them for years or anything.
Anyway, the battle has now landed in court, with several states suing to prevent the distribution of the files by Wilson. Of course, by now those files are in thousands of computer hard drives, so Wilson doesn’t have to share them.
In response, though, gun rights advocates started suing states. Now, they’re suing even more of them.
Gun rights advocates announced on Monday night that they expanded their suit over whether gun schematics can be published on the internet to include representatives from new states.
The Second Amendment Foundation, in cooperation with 3D-printed gun pioneer Cody Wilson’s company Defense Distributed, added New York governor Andrew Cuomo, Pennsylvania governor Thomas Wolf, Delaware attorney general Matthew Denn, and Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro to their suit. They …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms