Philadelphia Becomes First City To Ban 3D-Printed Gun Manufacturing

Nov 22, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

Philadelphia magazine reports that councilman Kenyatta Johnson, who crafted the legislation, is unaware of any actual 3D gun manufacturers in the city, and in a surprisingly earnest statement Johnson's office explained that "It's all pre-emptive.

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How sickening that one of the birthplaces of freedom is perversely trying to become its grave yard.
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Philadelphia magazine reports that councilman Kenyatta Johnson, who crafted the legislation, is unaware of any actual 3D gun manufacturers in the city, and in a surprisingly earnest statement Johnson's office explained that ďItís all pre-emptive. Itís just based upon internet stuff out there".

HA HA HA, yet another liberal showing his stupidity.

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Tray wrote:
Philadelphia magazine reports that councilman Kenyatta Johnson, who crafted the legislation, is unaware of any actual 3D gun manufacturers in the city, and in a surprisingly earnest statement Johnson's office explained that ďItís all pre-emptive. Itís just based upon internet stuff out there".
HA HA HA, yet another liberal showing his stupidity.
Yeah, that's what LIEberals do best.

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How sickening that one of the birthplaces of freedom is perversely trying to become its grave yard.
Right.

Because there are not enough guns in Philly we should all be fighting for the right to make guns out of plastic that will get past metal detectors, because there is a critical need for people to express their rights using plastic guns.

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barefoot2626 wrote:
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Right.
Because there are not enough guns in Philly we should all be fighting for the right to make guns out of plastic that will get past metal detectors, because there is a critical need for people to express their rights using plastic guns.
Ah, so just the government hired minions should have guns is what you're saying? And that all of the current 'gun control' schemes have been such a raving success. That they are what is responsible for what we see today?

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Right.
Because there are not enough guns in Philly we should all be fighting for the right to make guns out of plastic that will get past metal detectors, because there is a critical need for people to express their rights using plastic guns.
Then of course we have ACTUAL REALITY:

"The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms shall NOT be infringed."

"The supposed quietude of a good man allures the ruffian; while on the other hand, arms, like law, discourage and keep the invader and the plunderer in awe, and preserve order in the world as well as property. The balance of power is the scale of peace. The same balance would be preserved were all the world destitute of arms, for all would be alike; but since some will not, others dare not lay them aside. And while a single nation refuses to lay them down, it is proper that all should keep them up. Horrid mischief would ensue were one-half the world deprived of the use of them; for while avarice and ambition have a place in the heart of man, the weak will become a prey to the strong. The history of every age and nation establishes these truths, and facts need but little arguments when they prove themselves."--Thomas Paine, "Thoughts on Defensive War" in Pennsylvania Magazine (July 1775); signed "A Lover Of Peace".

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Ah, so just the government hired minions should have guns is what you're saying?
You don't speak English, Sweet Pea?

I say there is no reason civilians need plastic guns unless they are trying to get past metal detectors.

Because plastic guns are only good for one thing.

Wipe your chin, dear.

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July 1775); signed "A Lover Of Peace".
cough.
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I'm not the one stuck in the 1800's troll, >you< are.

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You don't speak English, Sweet Pea?
I say there is no reason civilians need plastic guns unless they are trying to get past metal detectors.
Because plastic guns are only good for one thing.
Wipe your chin, dear.
It's not up to >you< or our perverse government servants to decide what We The People need or don't need.

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It's not up to >you< or our perverse government servants to decide what We The People need or don't need.
It's not up to you welfare clients to make demands.

Wipe your chin, Vince.
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How sickening that one of the birthplaces of freedom is perversely trying to become its grave yard.
for a city that has a sickening reputation for police brutality and ;political corruption i can see why they would love a disarmed population
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It's not up to >you< or our perverse government servants to decide what We The People need or don't need.
this foul mouthed imbecile has mention oral sex over 100 times i think he is probably mentally ill

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<quoted text>Because plastic guns are only good for one thing....
Exploding in your hand.
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Right.
Because there are not enough guns in Philly we should all be fighting for the right to make guns out of plastic that will get past metal detectors, because there is a critical need for people to express their rights using plastic guns.
WOW another person with no idea what they are talking about is talking AGAIN. NO plastic gun can withstand the pressure generated . No plastic gun can inscribe rifling (or spin) on a metal bullet (to make it accurate). While some (non vital) parts (like in cars) may be plastic or other materials, the parts that make it a gun MUST be metal. Besides, why buy a $15,000 3d printer when you can get all the parts you need to build a gun at the local hardware store. A piece of metal pipe and a nail is pretty much all you need ( accessories are optional). Hell for the money a 3d printer costs I can buy MANY MANY real guns on the black market. HA HA HA, the control freaks are seeing gun owners in their sleep. The control freaks want something banned that does not even exist. Talk about mental health issues! This bunch is at the top of the lists. I guess tomorrow they will ban my "Light Saber" and "Delorean time traveling car" . Ha ha ha.
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Then of course making plastic bullets would also be an issue. I hope they don't find out about my glass swords and daggers.

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Then of course making plastic bullets would also be an issue. I hope they don't find out about my glass swords and daggers.
That is why I built my balloon bazooka.

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<quoted text> for a city that has a sickening reputation for police brutality and ;political corruption i can see why they would love a disarmed population
Indeed.

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Exploding in your hand.
They only need to fire a couple rounds, Shug.

Even one.

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any wonder why Tennessee is at the top of the FBI list of homicides...killed for smoking in a non-smoking area
Metro police identified the victim as Jerald Wayne Mills, 44, a member of the Wayne Mills Band.
According to police, Mills was shot at about 5 a.m. during an argument at Pit and Barrel, which is located on 2nd Avenue South.
Investigators believe Mills was shot by the business owner, Chris Michael Ferrell, 44. Ferrell claimed it was an act of self-defense, according to police.
Police say Ferrell and Mills were inside the bar with a few friends and acquaintances.
Michael Scott, a friend who was with Mills and the group, tells Channel 4 News that Mills and Ferrell started arguing when Mills began to smoke in a non-smoking area.
"We find nothing in this to disapprove. We should deprecate the necessity of a resort to force, but we pour scorn upon the craven, the pusillanimous notion that freemen may not vindicate their rights by arms. Courage to resist oppression is the ultimate security for good government. This, at least, was the opinion of our brave forefathers when they took care to provide in the Constitution that "the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed." The right to bear arms implies the right, on a sufficient provocation, to use them. The only debatable question relates to the sufficiency of the provocation." [The Evening Telegraph, Philadelphia, Thursday, July 16, 1868. Vol. X--No. 13. First Edition Pg. 2]

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NO plastic gun can withstand the pressure generated.
You are a m/f c/s lying spooge sponge.

But of course: we all know this already.

Here's a picture of one withstanding the pressure.

I guess they should have asked your first, since you are the expert, eh?

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/11/14/th...

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