We're getting closer to creating personalized weapons that respond only to the proper touch or signal.
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"This is a demonstration," says Cody Wilson.
Electronic Arts says it's ending its deals with gun manufacturers to feature their weapons in its games. But what does that even mean?
This is both an inevitable and unexpected turn of events for Wilson and friends.
They're calling it "The Liberator."
Like a lot of American kids, I learned to shoot from my grandpa.
A week with Cody R. Wilson, a 25-year-old University of Texas law student working to build semiautomatic weapons using 3D printers.
It's easy to be scared about the unknown but much harder to act upon it.
Sometimes it's embarrassing to be an American.
Probably because they don't understand what the heck a 3D-printed gun is.
Like the hot rod craze, high definition stereo trend, and the fixed gear bike phenomenon before it, the AR-15 appeals to the American desire for individuality and customizability.
It might not be this year, but working in 3D-printing into the gun control debate will have to happen sooner or later.
Come to think of it, a used rocket launcher would make an excellent potato gun.
The III Citadel gun compound is now taking applications for prison.
Take your shoes off and shuffle past the problem, please.
Federal Funds Can't Be Used for Gun Violence Research, But They Were Used to Make This Ridiculous Workplace Massacre Safety Video
The feds are okay with funding videos that make gun violence look inevitable, but not funding research that could actually help make meaningful, informed policy decisions.
But some people know some things, and sometimes they conflict. That's called science. Here's an update.
A lot of people wondered if the 3D-printed gun would ever become a reality.
Get out your tin foil hats. This one's a doozy.
Despite the claims of some gun enthusiasts, maybe we can legislate crazy
Between 3D-printing, rising production and still-lax regulations, Americans will have more access to guns than ever.
The days of straight-jackets and lobotomies are behind us, but it's not really clear where we go from here.