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Thread: HB 6608 of 2018 - Prohibit manufacture or possession of 3-D printed guns

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    HB 6608 of 2018 - Prohibit manufacture or possession of 3-D printed guns

    HB 6608 of 2018
    Weapons; firearms; definition of firearms; expand to include 3-D printed guns, and prohibit manufacture or possession. Amends sec. 224 of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.224).
    Last Action: 12/20/2018 bill electronically reproduced 12/19/2018

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    So an 80% polymer lower is still OK but 3D printing a lower (which would be way harder) is not?

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    It is too late for this to pass. It was probably introduced as a courtesy to the individual Representative.

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    Kinda useless, seeing as how the plans/files for guns and parts are already all over the net.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AxlMyk View Post
    Kinda useless, seeing as how the plans/files for guns and parts are already all over the net.
    No different than the NFA. Anybody can very easily convert their AR (or whatever) to full-auto. That's illegal to do though. The same can be said for DIY suppressors, SBR's without a tax stamp, etc, etc.

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    I find the sponsors of this bill "not guilty" by reason of mental disease or defect.

    They are Democrats after all.

    Introducing a bill the day before end of session is just crazy.

    I also think that there should be a law in this State that prohibits creating a law that bans an item in this State, if they can't prove the item is more dangerous than a block of wood sitting on the ground without interaction by a human.


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