Maryland Democrats sponsor bill to ban building of "certain" firearms by individuals

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Maryland Democrats sponsor bill to ban building of "certain" firearms by individuals

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HB910/SB958
http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/mgawebsite/L ... ?ys=2020RS
Prohibiting a person from manufacturing, causing to be manufactured, assembling, constructing, possessing, selling, offering to sell, transferring, purchasing, or receiving certain firearms; prohibiting a person from using a certain 3-dimensional printer to manufacture, cause to be manufactured, assemble, or construct a certain firearm; prohibiting a person from distributing a certain computer program; establishing certain penalties for violations of the Act; etc.

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-prohibiting a person from using a certain 3-dimensional printer
-prohibiting a person from distributing a certain computer program

So, are 3D printed firearms really a problem there? Or is it just that home-style firearms are competing with US firearms manufacturers (like the fake reasons for banning inexpensive foreign milsurps)?
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What are "certain firearms"? Looks like it covers any firearm they so desire. A law that has no limits, Is that Blumberg's dream?
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It looks like that is amending another bill and I am not sure how it all fits together. Basically, it bans 3D printed firearms and the computer programs.

When they banned import of Russian and Chinese SKS etc and cheap Chinese ammo, it was to appease the US firearms industry and not "for the children"... but they claimed it was an anti-gun measure. I smell the same thing here.
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K9s wrote:
Thu Feb 27, 2020 6:45 pm
-prohibiting a person from using a certain 3-dimensional printer
-prohibiting a person from distributing a certain computer program

So, are 3D printed firearms really a problem there? Or is it just that home-style firearms are competing with US firearms manufacturers (like the fake reasons for banning inexpensive foreign milsurps)?
I doubt Democratic Delegates Dumais, Lopez, Atterbeary, B. Barnes, Clippinger, Crutchfield, Ebersole, W. Fisher, M. Jackson, Kaiser, J. Lewis, Luedtke, McIntosh, Moon, Pena-Melnyk, Pendergrass, and Shetty are looking out for firearm manufacturers.

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DispositionMatrix wrote:
Thu Feb 27, 2020 9:26 pm

I doubt Democratic Delegates ...are looking out for firearm manufacturers.
no, but the "compromise" bills that emerge from the hind end of the legislative process do.
dems need to disavow further gun control measures. :wall:

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