Even though the issue is the codes, if there are prints to make 3D guns people will make them. America already has a problem with shooting people. Now there's a gun that can't be detected. The whole thing is asking for trouble. They can say it's only illegal if someone makes the guns, but that's not going to stop anyone. making pot is illegal, people still do it. Driving drunk is against the law it still happens. Saying it's illegal is nothing to people. And if they don't want people making these guns then what's the point of having the codes? It's just taunting people to make them and they will.
Should the information on printing 3d guns be released to the public. I feel like it hurts both the First and Second Amendment. It hurts the First Amendment because the government is not telling us what is going on in the country, but if they would tell us we would have people making guns from their own home. It also messes with the Second Amendment because it would lead to more gun violence and the people of this nation will have guns without a license and the First and Second Amendment are muddled because the legal framework been weak
Should 3D printing guns be available in the public. According to the text they are used for speech rights and protection. There not used violently 3D print guns is just a simple design .
The question on, should 3D printed gun plans be available to the public? Yes, they should be out there and available to everyone who wishes to look at them or use them. It is the time we have came to where technology surrounds us with everything we do and if the government is keeping that from us, how are we so posed to keep succeeding and making it better. 3D printers are new to us and as soon as we create something that is evolving technology the government wants to shut it down. They should be the ones who want us to make better things, not shutting something great down.