An AR-15 in Every Home: 3D Gun Printer Cody Wilson on Resistance, Trump, the Media, & More

By Reason

“It doesn’t matter what the origins of the Second Amendment were,” says Cody Wilson, creator of the first 3D-printed gun and author of the new book, Come and Take It: The Gun Printer’s Guide to Thinking Free. “With the internet, we can transform this thing into right to resistance on a global scale. If it’s just a fact that the government serves guns now, this is just a point of political life.”

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6 Comments on "An AR-15 in Every Home: 3D Gun Printer Cody Wilson on Resistance, Trump, the Media, & More"

  1. Cody’s GG2 is 250$ for the deposit, 1250$ additionally for the device, and s&h is extra. Looks great, and priced about right.

  2. so who or what suppose to be the aim of these toys?? Real human bodies delivering more blood to the hungry ones?? Or maybe in cases of some super distance range of these toys, some airplanes spraying on us the most lethal chemical fallout in form of chemtrails? A weapon is a violent answer to a violence, a dead end street, which while responding ‘eye for eye’, gets its answer: TWO EYES LOST.

    • There is all the difference between violence and the exercise of the natural right to self defence. Unfortunately, too many folk emphasize the negative aspects of exercising that right, imagining, perhaps, that there is no such animal as a predator or no such person as a tyrant/bully.

      • Surely there are always bullies and killers out there. BUT, the gun dilemma for a gun owner is: if you shoot somebody, even in self-defence, you just became the killer, and you will have to live with that…, which might not be easy.

        • It’s easier if one acts in Conscience – if an aggressor loses the use of his body as a result of his attempts to do me or mine harm – the extent of which can NEVER in the moment be accurately assessed – then this is analogous to the individual jumping off a cliff and seeing what happens. There need be no violence or wish to harm in the act of self-defence; just that most times some of that is mixed up in it.

  3. instead of guns, maybe Cody could print dental prostheses, implant, etc., in some very esthetic way, to support overall health and beauty of human civilization, instead of trying to scare it, or even eliminate?? So many people need teeth these days, while being exposed to the GMO junk food, etc…

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