The first-ever shooting competition exclusively for home-assembled firearms--or so-called "ghost guns"--was held in late June at a Florida gun range. These are guns with no serial numbers and thus no easy way for authorities to track down the o
We noted days ago how Danish toymaker The Lego Group sent a cease and desist letter to a US gunmaker for selling a Glock handgun kit that resembled Lego blocks.
A couple of months ago, we noted deputies in a North Carolina drug raid seized cocaine, psilocybin mushrooms and marijuana, money, and a Glock 19 disguised as a Nerf toy gun.
Technoanarchist Cody Wilson and director Adam Bhala Lough discuss their new documentary on cryptowarriors, which covers issues from home-manufactured weapons to Bitcoin to Donald Trump.
Imagine this: A disgruntled citizen borrows $30,000 from his credit cards. With the money he buys a sophisticated 3D printer off eBay and begins secretly printing and building a hundred drones in his garage.
Imura had apparently uploaded videos to YouTube in which he fired off what looks to be a 3D printed pistol. Last month, police seized five 3D printed guns from Imura's Kawasaki City home.
If you love Legos, you might have imagined building a real house from them.
#DEFCAD has gone dark at the request of the Department of Defense Trade Controls. Take it up with the Secretary of State. (Publisher - Can you smell their fear?... That's when they are the most dangerous),
The Defense Department is pioneering the idea that posting a file on the internet is "exporting" and subject to all government regulatory authority over "trade".
A handgun made almost entirely using a consumer-grade 3D printer fired a bullet over the weekend for the first time in the history of the infant technology. If some lawmakers have their way, it will also be the last.
If gun control advocates hoped to prevent blueprints for the world’s first fully 3D-printable gun from spreading online, that horse has now left the barn about a hundred thousand times.