As States Shutter Gun Stores Amid Surging Demand, Rights Activist Launches "Netflix For 3-D Guns" | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

As States Shutter Gun Stores Amid Surging Demand, Rights Activist Launches "Netflix For 3-D Guns"

Cody Wilson, the self-described anarchist and leader of the 3D-printed gun movement, is absolutely bat sh*t crazy. He released a new promo video, highlighting several ghost guns, himself wearing a 3M N-95 virus mask, and at the end of the video, Wilson takes a bow at the Fannin Memorial Monument in Texas.

Wilson has pioneered the technology and know-how behind developing plastic guns with three-dimensional printers, something gun-control advocates and the US government are absolutely terrified about.

He is the founder of "Defense Distributed" and "Defcad," which have had many legal disputes with the federal government over not just the production of the 3D printed weapon parts, but also the right to share the blueprints online.

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