Judge extends 3-D printed gun ban pending state challenge

3-D PRINTERS SUCH AS this one making a watch component could potentially be used to make firearms. A United States judge has extended a ban on publishing blueprints for 3-D printed guns online, handing a procedural victory to states and gun-control groups that argue the practice will make it easy for criminals and terrorists to get their hands on untraceable firearms. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/MICHELE LIMINA
3-D PRINTERS SUCH AS this one making a watch component could potentially be used to make firearms. A United States judge has extended a ban on publishing blueprints for 3-D printed guns online, handing a procedural victory to states and gun-control groups that argue the practice will make it easy for criminals and terrorists to get their hands on untraceable firearms. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/MICHELE LIMINA
NEW YORK - A United States judge extended a ban on publishing blueprints for 3-D printed guns online, handing a procedural victory to states and gun-control groups that argue the practice will make it easy for criminals and terrorists to get their hands on untraceable firearms. The injunction against Austin, Texas-based Defense Distributed was issued…

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