The urban core of US cities are the areas with the highest rates of violent crime, the places where being armed would be prudent. American cities are hollow, they are full of black people who had just been allowed to join the industrial revolution in the 60s. American suburbs are just as safe, in fact safer due to armed citizenry when compared to anywhere in the world. Singh made an unexceptional observation: Most of the American murder rate is correlated with ethnicity with the largest group of homicide victims being inner-city black men murdered by other inner-city black men. In a way I owe those men and countries my life as well, without them we’d have been wiped out long ago. Your fellow gun worshiper, which I was talking with, blamed blackness (nor that you are much better, whit your industrial revolution bullshit of lame excuse to blame blackness).
I would concede that there is a cost to giving the American citizenry such a bold right as gun ownership, but it’s far less than having a government that can run roughshod over you when the right kook gets into office.
Already the poverty rate for two parent black families is 2%, give another generation for more people to move out of the ghetto.
The REAL HARVARD School of Public Health, Harvard Injury Control Research Center has numerous peer reviewed academic studies published in a variety of professional Journals contradicting most all of the conclusions Kates, Mauser, Lott, Kopel et al present as facts. So, in short, they are ideologues who don’t support your point of view, and therefore they should be ignored. Un-armed countries in Europe on average have three times the violent crime of the USA (FACT).
Work that being said, I will challenge that America has a lower or similar violent crime rate than most of Europe. Discover & share coolest do-it-yourself crafts for home improvement, interior design, and home decor.


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Solid Concepts also notes that since it’s the only 3D printing service provider with a federal firearms license, it can build and deliver a unique gun part within five days, should a (legal!) customer require one built.
We don’t have in a whole year the amount of violent murders that you have in a single day. Don’t allow guns to reach your streets (no personal guns allowed and retire every gun intercepted).
In too many cities these laws are far too restrictive and are not in line with our second amendment.
Kates and Gary Mauser try to disprove what study after study has shown, that more guns mean more deaths and that fewer guns mean fewer deaths. Peer review means everything when it comes to credibility…if you dont have peer reviews, you dont get credibility. Europe may have less homicides, but I would rather shoot and unfortunately but potentially, kill someone trying to hurt my family or me. I can pick the American state with the lowest crime rate and compare it to Europe in its entirety and that will show that Europe is a crime ridden continent in comparison. Further revisions of the gun had it last a little longer but the weapons weren’t permanent, and thus unreliable.
But than there are people that use it for making weapons and those people will slow down the 3d printers on mass because it will become a legal case.
You’ll need some time to adjust, but at the end only law enforcement forces would carry guns (as should be).
At the same time there are now over twice as many guns including handguns, in civilian hands since then.


On the other hand Europe tends to be a homogenous city, and many cities export their poverty to suburbs. They attempt to do so by cherry-picking and conflating data out of context then adding some falsehoods.
It was not peer reviewed, and they are pro-gun ideologues, neither of whom have ever published a peer reviewed study on the effect of guns. I would never advocate for a ban on ownership, but somthing to help keep those of ciminal intent from getting their hands on them, yeah, I’d be all for that. Eventually, Defense Distributed managed to get a gun made of 3D printed parts to survive through multiple rounds of fire until it became structurally unsound. Solid Concepts’ 3D printed gun is a step forward in the realm of sturdy, 3D printed guns.
The gun printed is an M1911, a single-action semi-automatic pistol, and was made with a selective laser sintering (SLS) process using powdered metals. SLS is the process by which a high-powered laser is used to fuse small particles of powder into the desired shape.The 1911 has successfully fired over 50 rounds, and the shooter managed to hit a few bullseyes located over 30 yards away. The gun is made of over 30 separate 3D printed parts, composed of 17-4 stainless steel and Inconel 625, a nickel-chromium superalloy.
Solid Concepts didn’t just print the gun in order to prove a working, metal gun can be 3D printed, but to prove that laser sintering is a viable method for 3D printing working, complex objects. Solid Concepts states that the gun was printed with an industrial printer, the price of which is out of the range of your standard crazy person that would print a gun to mug you or rob a convenience store.



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