Friday, August 10, 2018

Undermining the Narrative: TV Station Tests A 3-D Printed Gun

       Plans for 3-D printed guns is the latest distraction latched onto by the left. The idea that someone, somewhere, might do something without government approval has them wetting themselves and sucking their thumbs. Well, a TV station decided to print one out and show how dangerous is this technology. Only, things didn't go as well  as they wanted.

       It took them 36 hours to print out the parts, followed by careful hand-fitting to get a workable model ... and just a blink of an eye for it to blow up. On its first shot. Which is why guns are not made of plastic.

(H/t The Truth About Guns).

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