The future is here: Are undetectable guns a good thing?

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One man is on a mission to make sure the government not only never bans guns – but couldn’t ban them if they wanted to. Check out the very latest technology that allows a person to actually print out the parts of their own gun and put it together themselves. Can the government regulate this kind of gun? Glenn has more on radio today.

  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    The government will try to regulate the new plastic firearm and the means for duplicating it to the best they can. In the end, good people will be made into criminals, while the criminals will be allowed to go free and commit all the crimes they wish.

    Business as usual with the Democratic Socialists. 

  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    The government will try to regulate the new plastic firearm and the means for duplicating it to the best they can. In the end, good people will be made into criminals, while the criminals will be allowed to go free and commit all the crimes they wish.

    Business as usual with the Democratic Socialists.

  • http://suzeraining.wordpress.com/ suz

    tunnels and tyranny.

  • Pamela Peltonen

    I have been fairly vocal about this issue since you first had Cody on the show. I have to go with my instincts, I don’t trust Cody for some reason. He may be dynamic, intelligent, and well spoken young man, but there is something about him that makes every spiritual alarm bell I have go off.

    Furthermore, I don’t think we need guns that cannot be detected in airports, security zones etc… Do you really want a crazy person to be able to sneak a gun onto a plane undetected?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Rick-LapLante/1073274392 Rick LapLante

    The criminals will be forced to get their guns illegally.  Guns will be illegal, expensive, and rare.  Like pot.  And the criminals will be forced to deal with high school students to buy them.

  • Mike Nelson

    Rare?  Like pot?

    I think you know nothing about either guns or pot.

    I’m glad to hear Glenn finally come around on the issue of drugs – legalize it all yesterday, sell it in 7-11, with no gov’t restrictions on purchase age, and turn loose anyone in prison whose offenses are purely drug-related with an amended, updated record.

    The more illegal items in a given society, the larger the correspondent criminal element.  How many times do we have to learn this lesson?

  • libertarian

    Pat and Stu are incredibly effeminate.

  • http://twitter.com/nutts2020 nutt

    If this project came out of the Middle East you’d be on about how dastardly and enabling it is for terrorists the world over.

  • Anonymous

    So you do want restriction and regulation on firearms?  Cody is just the face for this, this is way beyond that, its started, its free, its available you can’t stop it, thats the point.  the free market anarchist its the nerd punk rock of the younger generation, I need it, I want it, so I’ll make it.

  • Draxx

    Apparently many have not learned that lesson yet… Unfortunately!

    Actually if everybody really was walking around carrying guns whether they were detectable or not, it would still deter some from trying to do horrible crimes with them…

  • http://youtu.be/0iRCvDwF26Q Sam Fisher

    And I bet you only listen to two minutes before writing this. You’re just mad that you liberals cannot control guns anymore.

  • http://youtu.be/0iRCvDwF26Q Sam Fisher

    I think legalizing drugs now would just give even more power to the drug lords and making them more dangerous.

  • landofaahs

    3d printing has many wonderful possibilities.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jeff.willett.96 Jeff Willett

    Hate to bust everyone’s bubble here, but plastic and plastic(ABS)/Ceramic guns (as well as knives) already exist, have for years, and have been in use by various intelligence agencies around the world. the only issue now with the 3D printer is the availability and relative simplicity with which they would be available to the masses.

  • http://twitter.com/nutts2020 nutt

    I’m just pointing out that terrorists will be all over this. And idiots like Glenn will be blaming the government for not being able to detect them. And idiots of his ilk will, at the same time as charging the government to find ways of detecting undetectable guns, also bleat on and on and on about intrusive airport security without being able to put those 2 things together. Glenn wants minimal government intervention, until it’s a stupidly easy out for his ridiculous world-view.  If you think this is just about gun-control in the US, then you clearly misunderstand the whole concept of the world-wide web. The clue’s in the name.  It’s not about control – it’s about acting responsibly – putting undetectable guns in the hands of terrorists is a shit-stupid act of major irresponsibility.

  • http://twitter.com/nutts2020 nutt

    True. Couple that with a society burdened with rocketing drug-addiction post-legalization (because that would happen once you give all drugs the green-light) and you’ve got massive problems.