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Alahunter
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See below your post. Title 18 s 92.2 of the nfa act of 68. Educate yourself and you won't look stupid trying to call me out.





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joshnorris14
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I think that Josh was saying that if it doesn't cross state lines, the feds can't touch them.


Not true.

They can make guns as long as they have some sort of metal on them and don't sell or transfer them.

Since they are transferring only a .cad file for free, it's completely legal.






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Alahunter
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The staute isn't..and...its or. Any of those.





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KosmoCramer
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Yeah sorry, I added that part later.

Not the metal part though, what's that about?






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joshnorris14
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See below your post. Title 18 s 92.2 of the nfa act of 68. Educate yourself and you won't look stupid trying to call me out.



Yes, the ATF, who has communicated with Cody Wilson consistently since August, is simply not enforcing the laws on their books even though Cody Wilson is popularly manufacturing illegal guns.






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joshnorris14
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Not the metal part though, what's that about?


Undetectable firearms Act of 1988 (Which expires next year).






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WikiTiger
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Undetectable firearms Act of 1988 (Which expires next year).


even if renewed, it will soon become worthless anyway






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KosmoCramer
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Oh so it has to have a fleck of metal in it to tip off metal detectors and the like, got it.






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joshnorris14
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Anyways, Wilson is getting an FFL so it's kind of pointless. I think he might already have one, not sure.





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KosmoCramer
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So the end goal would be printing a fully printable functional gun? Or are they just hoping for a lower receiver that can be used indefinitely(100,000s of rounds)?





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joshnorris14
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So the end goal would be printing a fully printable functional gun? Or are they just hoping for a lower receiver that can be used indefinitely(100,000s of rounds)?


LINK /






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WikiTiger
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So the end goal would be printing a fully printable functional gun?


I don't know what this particular person's end goal is, but I would imagine after the lower receiver is perfected, people will move on to other parts.






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KosmoCramer
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Have you donated?





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joshnorris14
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I don't know what this particular person's end goal is, but I would imagine after the lower receiver is perfected, people will move on to other parts.


Wiki, you should really listen to Cody Wilson speak. The guy is quite well-read and intelligent for a 24 year old law student.

LINK

He had a speech at London's bitcoin conference too.



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joshnorris14
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Have you donated?


I have not.






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WikiTiger
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you should really listen to Cody Wilson speak.


watching right now! thanks






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This (IMO) is why governments want to restrict the internet. WAYYY too much information.


You mean like this? (I got this trying to go to www.skype.com)









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KosmoCramer
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WikiTiger
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you should really listen to Cody Wilson speak. The guy is quite well-read and intelligent for a 24 year old law student.

LINK


Just got done watching both parts....and wow!

That guy is spot on in his understanding of technology and how it's going to revolutionize our world.






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joshnorris14
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Pretty insightful and inspiring stuff. I never knew about the cypherpunks.





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