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Old August 9th, 2018, 08:19 AM #361
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In addition to offering memberships, Defense Distributed is now accepting donations. Can pay with fiat or Bitcoin.

https://defdist.org/donate/

This is about more than just 3D printed files. Only one of the files forced down by Washington State was printable. The others were essentially blueprints and other technical data for other firearms — not directly printable or valid for a CNC machine without user modification.

This is very much about being able to share information freely between one another.
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Doesn’t seem like this guy who printed the Liberator did the acetone treatment on the barrel.

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Before firing a barrel, we recommend heating acetone to boiling and treating the barrel for ~30 seconds to decrease the inner diameter friction, which increases barrel life from 1 round to ~10 rounds. Note that we recommend printing multiple barrels and using each only once. Swapping the barrels is simple and fast: rotate the barrel to release the locking cam. Pull up on the barrel. If the barrel cam broke, turn the Liberator upside down to remove the debris. Then drop your new barrel in and rotate it until it locks
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Shopify has shutdown Ghostgunner.net, Defense Distributed’s milling machine business

This is truly a case where corporations are doing as much, if not more damage, to free enterprise than the government.
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We salute Cody Wilson for occupying space in so many Libtard brains that it closes out their ability to FOCUS on policy issues or make coherent mid-term election declarations.
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And our rabid anti 2A AG joins the fray.
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Coalition of 22 State Attorneys General Demand that U.S. State Department Put an End to Online Spread of 3D-Printed Gun Plans

Multistate Letter Urges Trump Administration to Take Immediate Action


BALTIMORE, MD (August 10, 2018) – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today joined a coalition of 22 state attorneys general in sending a letter to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions demanding that the Department of State take immediate action to remove from several websites illegal, downloadable plans for 3D-printed guns.

The letter criticizes the Department of State’s failure to mitigate the harms of its settlement with Defense Distributed, an online company that was authorized by the federal government to post plans for 3D-printed guns online. Last week, a multistate lawsuit filed by 9 state attorneys general seeking to stop the Department of State’s action won a temporary restraining order from a federal judge in Seattle, blocking the publication of downloadable plans online. Eleven additional state attorneys general have since joined that lawsuit.

“Attorney General Sessions and Secretary Pompeo are sitting on their hands while these illegal blueprints for 3D-printed guns are available to minors and to criminals and terrorists,” said Attorney General Frosh. “The Trump Administration cannot continue to ignore this public safety hazard.”

Read more in the full press release: http://www.marylandattorneygeneral.g...018/081018.pdf




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Shopify has shutdown Ghostgunner.net, Defense Distributed’s milling machine business



This is truly a case where corporations are doing as much, if not more damage, to free enterprise than the government.

There has to be some behind the scenes pressure from these AG’s to the private companies. How is that not racketeering?


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A. It probably is.
B. If the AGs are the criminals, who will be prosecuting them? NY and MA AGs have been pulling these stunts for years and so far the USAG has never called them on it.
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Then if the USAG will do its duty can a 2A lawyer then charge them with it? It might be time to remind the DOJ and the USAG they work for the people, not the demorat or republican or any party but must do their duty as to the oath of office they took...
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https://ghostgunner.net/ is back up with a new look.
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