I recently read an interesting article in regards to 3-D printers. Although I am not completely familiar with them, they sure seem like they are going to have a big impact down the road. What does this have to do with handguns?
The author of the article discussed how it was relatively easy to obtain one and learn the functions. Also, people have started trying to construct pistols using the plastic materials for parts. Granted they didn't work very well and/or broke after the first shot, still very interesting to think it may be possible to build a pistol in one's basement in the near future. Thoughts?
"Vegetarian, an old Indian word for bad hunter."