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Blocked from distributing plans for 3D-printed guns, "crypto-anarchist" is still in the DIY gun business

Cody Wilson's group Defense Distributed is known for attempting to upload the digital blueprints for 3D-printed guns. But he also helps customers make unregistered, unserialized conventional firearms.

Cody Wilson, gun rights activist and founder of Defense Distributed, a Texas-based company developing and publishing open source gun designs for 3D printing and manufacture.
Gun parts at Defense Distributed, a Texas-based company developing and publishing open source gun designs for 3D-printing and manufacture, surround a copy of The Liberator, a 3D-printed plastic gun. The company is being sued to keep its plans for plastic guns off the internet.
Cody Wilson, gun maker and founder of Defense Distributed, a Texas-based company developing and publishing open source gun designs for 3D printing and manufacture. Wilson shows The Liberator, a 3D printed plastic gun made several years ago.

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