These guys (and they are guys) operate an online 3-D printing firearms site. Deterrence Dispensed was formed because Defense Distributed’s release of 3D printed gun files was ended by the lawsuits of multiple pro-gun control states.
So, a decentralized organization was created. Since its inception, Deterrence Dispensed has been releasing open-source firearms knowledge to the public sphere and will continue to do so indefinitely.
It contains files for printing extra-long magazines, full- assault and other frowned-upon firearms, parts, and accessories. Including an AR-15. And as can be seen below, a taunting link to making a rifle full-auto, which is illegal.
What’s your opinion – are they wrong or right? Should we be able to print firearms “off the books?”
I sure hope nobody Googles "Deterrence Dispensed" after watching this video.— Rogue Untraceable Gunsmith (@FuggGunControl) December 26, 2019
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