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Can u download ammo too? Like gunpowder?
Misleading reporting. The materials used by 3D printers take at least 6 hrs to cure, better yet 24 hrs. To suggest using a part within minutes only highlights the ignorance of the writer.
The writer is only interested in creating hysteria and advancing an agenda. It's just more garbage from the anti-gun crowd.
You can use machine tools to do the same thing with plastics - and do it cheaper. Nothing new here. Especially in the wake of last Friday editors should do a better job and not add fuel to the paranoia and hysteria.
Why bother when you can more quickly and easily make a radio controled bomb with model rocket engines, fuel oil and fertilizer?
Next the NRA will want a 3D printer in every school..........
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