Telegram Editorial: There is nothing illegal about building a gun at home.

In the first place, there doesn’t appear to be anything illegal about making a homemade gun for personal use under federal law, whether a traditional weapon or, apparently, a printed plastic one. But weapons made entirely from plastic or other material undetectable by X-ray or metal detector can’t be possessed, transferred or sold. It’s one reason why Mr. Wilson’s nonprofit Defense Distributed blueprints include small and in some instances nonfunctional metal pieces.

More Proof Healey is lying about 3D printed guns

Printed in South Coast Today Open Season: Dispelling the many myths about 3D-printed guns South Coast Today By Marc Folco / Open SeasonPosted Aug 11, 2018 at 6:27 PMUpdated Aug 11, 2018 at 8:28 PM   The hot new gun topic recently became 3D printed firearms and the ability to share plans to make one at home, following a court victory in June which recognized that[…]

ICYMI: “Republican” Attorney General candidate Shores favors Gun Control

In a Boston Herald Debate on July 18th the two Republican candidates for Attorney General showed us a large difference between the two of them when it comes to supporting gun owners.  In a Boston Herald Radio debate, AG candidate Dan Shores revealed that he favors more gun control: “I’m listening to Dan Shores and[…]

DAVE SOUZA: Gang of 3 stirring a cauldron when it comes to guns

By Dave Souza Posted Jul 21, 2018 at 2:58 PMUpdated Jul 22, 2018 at 6:28 PM    Once upon a time there were three politicians who were very anti-gun. One was from the volcanic state of Hawaii, one from the Chesapeake Bay state of Maryland and the last from the Peoples Republic of Massachusetts. Let’s call them the “Gang of 3.” They got together and[…]

One hundred and ninety three candidates to receive MAGR questionnaire

One hundred and ninety three candidates to receive MAGR questionnaire Worcester MA Today  MAssachusetts Gun Rights delivered their candidate questionnaires to the local post office. There are 193 candidates in contested races for State Senate and State Representative races. MAGR’s mission is to hold legislators responsible for their anti-liberty, anti-Second Amendment positions but this costs[…]