Ilya Vett, 47, said he was printing the gun for his brother who has a firearms license, according to police. Vett has been charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.
The gun was so good, the military asked the company to build something else.
Christopher Daniels' political beliefs got him in trouble. Though the FBI won't comment, he is likely the first person ever imprisoned for being a "black identity extremist."
The state already has some of the strictest gun control legislation. Now it's pushing to limit the unfettered sale of ammunition.
Homicide is the third most prevalent cause of workplace death.
In response to the recent mass shooting tragedy in Jacksonville, during which two Madden competitors were killed and 11 more were injured by a fellow player, the annual SoCal Regionals fighting game tournament will enforce additional security measures in an effort to protect attendees.
When you take a step back and look at the way other countries approach gun ownership, it becomes very clear that America has a unique gun problem.
I grew up in a gun-loving town in Alabama. My grandfather’s store sells firearms. But only after I was shot did I begin to understand America’s complicated relationship with guns.
Treating gamers as the disease rather than a symptom overlooks a deeper sickness in American culture
Two summers ago, Allen Ivanov purchased a rifle and slapped a limited-edition Supreme sticker on the side. He would later tell police that he bought it to target shoot. But it was also, he admitted to detectives, a "symbol of power."
The Education Department may let school districts use money meant for academic enrichment to buy guns, officials with knowledge of the plan say.
New research contends that a surge in handgun production and possession propelled murder rates in American cites — until new restrictions on firearms reversed the trendlines.
On this previous Sunday's episode of "Who Is America?," Sacha Baron Cohen reprised his role as Israeli Colonel Erran Morad, convincing Youth Shooters of America President Dan Roberts that the best way to survive a terrorist beheading is to go straight for the dick.
A multibillion-dollar industry is pushing an array of expensive technologies with the message that any campus could be next.
In Littleton, Colorado, where two deadly school shootings occurred fourteen years apart but within just a few miles, the school district is a study in preparedness, compassion, and an intense focus on what might go wrong.
Washington AG lauds temporary restraining order as a "victory."
One is for fighting, one is for fun — but it's getting harder to tell them apart. A soldier-turned-war-reporter asks why child's play is starting to look more like combat, and vice versa.
Even if the states are somehow successful in shutting down DEFCAD this week, the files have already been available to anyone who wanted them.
Not if Second Amendment champions have anything to say about it.
Cody Wilson makes digital files that let anyone 3-D print untraceable guns. The government tried to stop him. He sued — and won.
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