Here is Hank’s view on printing an AR-15 after reading a great article on townhall.com
Now, gun control advocates are worried about what 3-D printed guns means for the future of gun ownership in America.
“This online site shows you, how at your home, with a simple 3D printer, you can make a plastic AR-15, an AR-10, a very dangerous semi-automatic assault-style weapons out of plastic in your own basement,” Senn. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said at a Sunday press conference, the New York Post reported.
According to Schumer, this is a dangerous move that could arm prohibited possessors.
“The danger that could happen can be enormous,” Schumer said. “To have crazy people have easy access, to have terrorists have easy access to this kind of website and allow them to make plastic AR 15s undetected — so-called ghost guns — justifies the imagination.”
Of course, anti-gunners took to Twitter to voice their concern over the ruling:
"Someone tell the nurse they have escaped their rooms again"