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Amazon removes gun activists’ website after 3D-printed weapons blueprints were posted

Fox News

Amazon took down the website of a gun rights coalition Wednesday after they posted the blueprints for 3D-printed weapons online.

CodeisFreeSpeech.com was removed by Amazon Web Services after receiving a notice on the downloadable plans for “The Liberator” 3D-printed handgun, according to the New York Daily News.  

As of Thursday, the site was backup and running on different servers.

The plans for a number of weapons appeared on CodeisFreeSpeech.com despite a federal judge on Tuesday stopping the release of the blueprints to make untraceable and undetectable 3D-printed plastic guns. U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik in Seattle put the plan on hold.

Defense Distributed, a Austin, Texas-based non-profit defense firm, was behind the plans. In June, Defense Distributed reached a settlement with the federal government allowing it to make the plans for the guns available for download on Wednesday.

The gun-rights activists created the website regardless of the judge’s ruling, citing the First Amendment.

“The purpose of this project is to allow people to share knowledge and empower them to exercise their fundamental, individual rights,” the group said on the website.

The Firearms Policy Coalition, Firearms Policy Foundation, the Calguns Foundation and the California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees are involved in the project, according to the website

Advocates for gun control have argued that 3D-printed guns could also pose security challenges as they pass through airport X-ray machines.

The website was up for about 12 hours before Amazon took it down, the Daily News reported.


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7 Responses to Amazon removes gun activists’ website after 3D-printed weapons blueprints were posted

  1. flek says:

    This is silly political idiocy.

    The liberator, and i suppose more models are on the torrents and unless the
    internet is shut-down, will never disappear, lol.

    Here’s two magnet links for torrent:

    on utorrent

    file -> add torrent from url

    Paste the below links (one at a time) hit enter




    The second is a megapack from defcad

    The liberator file is 2.02 megabytes….plenty small enough to send as an email attachment



  2. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    Fck Bezos,

    The Iraeli puppet is taking orders from his bitch in panties, Netanyahu.

    The SOB uses a customized ass cheek spreader whenever he gets near the wall.

  3. Bluwater says:

    Why is ANYONE but an idiot STILL using ANYTHING Goolag’, Fakebook, Amazon, or anything akin or owned by these parasitic sites and services?

    ‘Just google it…’

    “No thanks. I’m smarter than that.”

  4. DL. says:

    Just another good reason to boycott Kindle, one of the Amazon Web Services…any e-books I sell from here on in will NOT be sold through Kindle! Besides,their payout sucks!

  5. NC says:

    That’s funny, they say it poses risks for X ray machines. Why? Because it is not metal? Awww…..

    Hey assholes, a person bringing rope poses a risk. Are you gonna ban rope, too?

    Cry me a friggin river. Grow some damn balls! Buy your own gun and stop living in fear.

    And if you want to play the, “think of the children” game, then think of them being slaughtered by a psycho with a gun because you didn’t have one to protect them or yourself, dumbass!

  6. Norm says:

    First off, it’s way too late for this Cat is out of bag, yes….!

    2nd, I believe this is all geared for them to start going after traditional 80% Receivers….People have been building their own guns for a very long time…

    Nothing will ever stop this, nor should it.

    We are Americans, we don’t worry about guns or any other instruments, implements or tools…One sharpened Chopstick will get me all the armaments I could ever need, with the ammo and gear to boot….


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