|Crackersmack - 2021-09-17 |
Is it really a "3d printed gun" when like all of the internals and the barrel are the real thing?
Also on a related note you can straight-up buy silencers on Amazon now for $45 so that's interesting.
Also, firearms have to contain a certain quantity of metal that is detectable by a metal detector. Constructing a firearm without that is *extremely illegal*.
Yeah obviously it avoids buying a receiver and the corresponding background check if you do it through a dealer, but I think a lot of these stories are sensationalized to make normies think "omg people can just print a secret gun entirely out of plastic and then murder somebody with it" when reality is that it's way, way easier to get a real gun without going "on record" from a private seller.
The silencers on Amazon are complete except for the hole in the end cap, which they have conveniently put a center mark in to make drilling extra-easy. Owning one is definitely "constructive possession" though, these things clearly imitate the baffles found inside actual suppressors and they have no real function as a "oil filter" which is what they are listed as. It makes me wonder wtf is happening at the BATF.
They're going after people in states with legal weed who also happen to own firearms :/
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