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Tue Oct 4 01:50:39 PDT 2022

Retarded Democrats and Politicians...

Man 3D-Prints Guns For New York Buyback Event, Makes A Whopping $21,000

Another person outsmarted a state government trying to confiscate
firearms via a gun buyback program with merely a 3D printer and PLA

A man named "Kem" printed 110 firearms on a $200 printer he got for
Christmas and turned them into a gun buyback program held at the Utica
Police Department in Oneida County, New York.

    "I 3D-printed a bunch of lower receivers and frames for different
kinds of firearms," Kem told local media WKTV.

He drove six hours across the state to turn in the firearms he printed
in August, collecting a whopping $21,000 from the New York State
Attorney General's Office.

    "And it ended with the guy and a lady from the budget office
finally coming around with the 42 gift cards and counting them in
front of me ... $21,000 in $500 gift cards," Kim added.

WKTV contacted the state Attorney General's Office about 3D-printed
firearms, though there was no response to that question besides it
being a 'big success and that the program, in general, keeps New York
families safe.'

    "I'm sure handing over $21,000 in gift cards to some punk kid
after getting a bunch of plastic junk was a rousing success," laughed

Asked where he got the idea, he told the local media outlet he saw
people on Twitter talking about using 3D printers to make big bucks by
printing guns for buyback programs.

Perhaps he was referring to the story of a man who recently turned in
62 3D-printed guns to Houston's buyback program and collected $3,100.

Some police departments have changed policies on accepting 3D-printed
firearms as more and more people take advantage of flawed buybacks.

Keith Taylor, an adjunct professor at John Jay College of Criminal
Justice, which is part of the City University of New York system,
recently told Pew Research that buybacks are mostly ineffective at
reducing homicides:

    "It's a waste of resources if the entities that are sponsoring
believe that it's going to have a positive effect on reducing crime."

Kem concluded to the media outlet: "Gun buybacks are a fantastic way
of showing, number one, that your policies don't work, and, number 2,
you're creating perverse demand. You're causing people to show up to
these events, and, they don't actually reduce crime whatsoever."

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