Today Maxwell Bogue and I take a look at a rather contentious subject 3D printing guns. Is there a real threat? Are we making the problem worse by discussing it? What actually happened? Who should be responsible? Glass guns and printcrime. What can we learn from the 3D printed gun debate? And what should we do for the next time?
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