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Comment: USA! USA! USA! lol. Looks like the updated numbers caught up!

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USA! USA! USA! lol. Looks like the updated numbers caught up!

Apparently, 'we' are numero Liberator downloads:

Downloads For 3-D-Printed Gun Blueprint Hit 100,000
Deadlier than Google Glass, easier to get your hands on.

Addy Dugdale
May 9, 2013 | 8:06 AM

The 3-D-printed firearm is doing good business for its makers, Defense Distributed. According to Forbes, downloads of the blueprint of the Liberator gun, fired for the first time last weekend, have already reached 100,000.

The majority of downloads have been in the U.S., but the blueprint has also been popular in Spain, Brazil, Germany, and the U.K., according to Defense Distributed. The plans are available on The Pirate Bay and, says the BBC, have become the site's most popular file to share.

The issue has lawmakers up in arms, with New York, California, and D.C. looking to introduce legislation to curtail 3-D-printed guns.

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