Houston man sells dozens of 3D-printed guns at city's first gun buyback

seminole97

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The man, who chose to remain anonymous, told Fox 26 that "the goal was not personal profit, but to send [Houston leaders] a message about spending $1 million tax dollars on something that has no evidence of any effect on crime."

The man traded in 62 3D-printed guns, often referred to as 'ghost guns,' and received $50 per gun. He claimed making the weapons only cost $3 each, he told Fox 26. The large trade-in of non-traditionally-crafted firearms has prompted city officials to change guidance for future buybacks.
 

mnole03

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The wear on the printers was probably close to what he was paid. Should have bought some CNC mill time at that volume.
 

TheCainer

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They wear out after printing a few dozen blocks?
What wears out?


The American people's patience with guns and the killing fields they represent.

Hopefully, that is what wears out.

We do not need the kinds of guns we see on the streets today that are capable of killing dozens of Americans in a few blinks of an eye. Nor do we need the amount of SCOTUS justices that allow this to happen.

Is that so hard to understand?

Stop the needless killings now!
 

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