Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Rep. Waxman hopes to ban 80% complete receivers: What about 79% complete?

3-d printed guns (oddly, Waxman has not yet signed onto the bill to try to ban those), "build parties," and "80% complete" receivers, widespread access to sophisticated CNC equipment--the government cannot block all of those avenues by which we the people can break any "government monopoly on force," and is indeed unlikely to succeed in blocking any of them. That terrifies the likes of Rep. Waxman, Rep. Steve Israel (D-NY) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY)--and that alone makes it a good thing for America.


Anonymous said...

Maybe I need to post the exact machinist's drawings on how to build a "drop-in-Auto-Sear" for those who want to edumacate themselves as to what info is available. Just trying to be helpful.

Anonymous said...

'Cause, like, if we ban stuff, people won't do it, right?

These people's time would be better served if we found a space for them to practice stuffing toothpaste back into tubes.

pdxr13 said...

Ban 0% receivers? Isn't that the obvious destination?

Possession of metal and tools will become the crime of "Intent to Make".

Conviction of the new ATF felony will result in no incarceration (that costs money!) but lifetime parole status and a 50% fine against all income. Love your local PO, and do as ordered, slave.

The war on unauthorized production inside the CONUS prison will be complete.