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przemek0
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re: Guns- A license to print
przemek0   8/2/2012 11:23:18 PM
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Please correct me if I'm wrong but I think the lower receiver is the 'registered' part of the weapon, as far as ATF is concerned, i.e. where the serial number resides.

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BruceP8   8/2/2012 9:53:06 PM
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I think we need to start thinking about methods and laws to control crazy people instead of trying to control everything that could potentially be dangerous, including printers, guns, cars, knives, propane bottles, etc...

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xprmntl   8/2/2012 6:15:33 PM
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Blatant fear mongering. It will remain much easier to just buy one, legally, or illegally, for the foreseeable future.

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jnissen   8/2/2012 5:06:51 AM
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A lower receiver is not a full gun. The upper receiver with barrel and bolt are the critical elements that need to contain the high pressures involved with the firearm. To say he printed a complete working gun is not even close to reality.

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SylvieBarak   8/2/2012 12:08:22 AM
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The NRA is going to have a field day with this...

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