In May 2013, Cody Wilson holds a pistol he calls the “Liberator.” The gun was completely made on a 3D printer at his home in Austin, Texas. His attempt to distribute the plans for printing such firearms led to a three-year lawsuit and later settlement with the federal government.
In May 2013, Cody Wilson holds a pistol he calls the “Liberator.” The gun was completely made on a 3D printer at his home in Austin, Texas. His attempt to distribute the plans for printing such firearms led to a three-year lawsuit and later settlement with the federal government. Jay Janner Austin American-Statesman
In May 2013, Cody Wilson holds a pistol he calls the “Liberator.” The gun was completely made on a 3D printer at his home in Austin, Texas. His attempt to distribute the plans for printing such firearms led to a three-year lawsuit and later settlement with the federal government. Jay Janner Austin American-Statesman

Gun-control advocates ask judge to block downloadable 3D guns

July 26, 2018 11:03 AM