Plans for 3D-printed guns have spread across the internet over the past three weeks despite the efforts of a federal judge and some of the country’s largest social media companies to try to impose limits.
Gun retailers still using Shopify’s e-commerce platform have until December 31 to either come into compliance with the new Acceptable Use Policy or hit the road, according to the latest email sent out to retailers last week.
Children are heading back to school with the debate over gun safety still raging six months after the Parkland massacre — and no issue is more heated than whether gun-free zones make students safer or more endangered.
Dubbing California’s gun laws “the laws of unintended consequences,” an employee of a gun range in Poway says the state’s legislators do not understand the weapons nor how new rules hurt law-abiding citizens.
A collection of gun-rights organizations that posted to their website the files at the center of the ongoing legal controversy over 3D-printed guns now claims that Amazon and Facebook have taken steps to censor that content.