I would link an article on this but it's really hard to find one free of bias. The courts ruled that posting schematics to 3D print guns online is protected by free speech. At the current moment very few people have access to 3D printers but this could become a common household item in the future. Other potential for this is organizations like cartels, that have a lot of money could begin printing their own guns. How do you feel about the idea of people printing "ghost" guns (no serial numbers, untraceable, no background check)? Do you think this would have any substantial effect whatsoever ok the black market for guns?
I haven't decided how I feel about this yet. My views on the overall gun debate are as follows. I don't really care about the legal status of guns. If you want gun control it's absolutely pointless to do anything short of banning all guns as handguns account for over 80% of all gun deaths, so anything else would have little to no effect. If guns are legal I think we should expand what weapons you can have. If guns are legal, as long as you accept that gun deaths will happen, the same as how we accept car crash deaths, then I think it's fair. I'd like to reiterate I don't actually really care about gun laws one way or the other, but I think the topic of 3D printed guns can make for interesting conversation.