3D Printing: The End of Gun Control?Forbes
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Given the recent appalling events in Aurora, Colorado, thereís been a renewed call for greater gun control and a ban on assault weapons.
Iím in favor of tighter gun control and a ban on weapons that are unnecessarily powerful but Iím afraid that technology will soon make any legislation that limits the availability of any kinds of guns ineffective.
To understand why this might happen, you need to understand a technology called 3D printing.