To those in the know, plans for 3D-printable guns have been out there for a while now and readily available to the public; The New York Post even posted a photo of a really, really small “3D-printed assault rifle,” the plans for which have been downloaded over a thousand times. What’s new is the fight over free speech and whether the code to print such a gun can be distributed over the Internet.

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, though, is claiming a “big win” over Cody Wilson, founder and director of Defense Distributed.

Sorry, but what’s the “big win?” That Wilson isn’t going to post any “new” plans for 3D-printable guns until a September hearing?


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