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Update 9:


Cody Wilson on Lou Dobbs, yesterday, May 7, 2013, and WH/Soros' Media Matters in a full freak-out mode, vs. Cody & Co.:

Direct .mp4 download:

The GE WarMachine's Propagandist-whore Rachel Maddow feigning indignance and pathetically smearing Cody & Co as "publicity stunt guys" as if her ACTING and working for GE...isn't? Then again, there isn't a single example of living hypocrisy that statists don't love:

Additional Coverage:

Andy Greenberg of FORBES mag who was there from prototype to first firing of the Liberator interviewed on PBS:

New Yorker, not exactly a hitpiece, not a praise, but sorta, kinda...just, blah:

A Gun, a Printer, an Ideology

May 7, 2013
Posted by Jacob Silverman

Last summer, Cody Wilson, a law student at the University of Texas at Austin, announced plans to design and print a working gun using a 3-D printer, a device that can quickly produce simple, solid objects out of melted plastic from digital schematics. Last weekend, Wilson accomplished his dream: he successfully fired his self-designed plastic handgun, called the Liberator, at a private gun range north of Austin. You can now download the design on the Web site of Defense Distributed, the nonprofit organization that Wilson established with some like-minded compatriots.

In a technology industry notorious for unearned epochal pronouncements, it’s tempting to say that this development doesn’t mean much. After all, the United States is already awash in firearms, and it’s relatively easy and affordable to procure a gun far more powerful than the one that Wilson demonstrated. But Wilson’s project is significant—and not only because 3-D printing hobbyists all over the world will now be able to modify and manufacture their own cheap, virtually untraceable guns. More important is what Wilson’s work and the “Wiki Weapon” community at large represent: the fusion of ultra-libertarian politics and a prophesied manufacturing revolution fuelled by 3-D printing.

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul