Sunday, May 12, 2013 1:45:52 AM
@Vikingguy you weren't the only one to suggest it.
1 see my reply to draculya for the point about making weapons
2Actually looked it up on Halsbury`s Eu`s definition of a firearm will only come into play with a interstate dimension to a case. As their competence on crime aren`t absolute yet. This would fall foul of firearm legislation.
3 You may not use metal detectors in your everyday life. When I visit high court, supreme court etc in London metal detectors. Portcullis house and parliament metal detectors. Certain clubs down SE1 metal detectors.
4 the whole mantra of this guy is make firearms available to everyone. If I`m organised criminal, why riskily import weapons when I can now print, and then discard at the scene a weapon that won`t be traced. I`m not saying we`re getting a revolution but this is a dangerous development once people start putting this idea to nefarious means.
Sunday, May 12, 2013 1:28:49 AM
@Draculya I don't know about you, but I could do it; no worries. The only thing preventing me is not wanting to and not wanting to get caught.
I can repair my own car, I worked as a science technician as a teenager , I can probably without too much problem make certain drugs. My brother is an electrician whom I help out occasionally I can do a lot of wiring.
These things are not that difficult to me or many others, but I recognise you need a certain degree of craftmenship or practical skill. Look how many people struggle to put up an Ikea flatpack...
Clickinh a few buttons and assembling this is a hell of a lot more simple. It`s this guy`s whole point making it so everyone can have a gun.