Check out our 3D printed gun digest to learn about the latest news, laws and actual threats to help you sort facts from fears. Both makers and lawmakers around the world have taken notice of 3D printed guns. Regardless of intention, their efforts to stifle the use of 3D printed firearms have given rise to a number of difficult questions. Should someone with the files for a 3D printed gun be charged with the same crime as someone that actually has the gun? Has the media sensationalized the rise of 3D printed guns? What’s the best way to regulate 3D printed weapons? And most importantly, should you fear 3D printed guns? To answer these questions, we will examine the reasons why you should and shouldn’t fear the 3D printed gun, explain the history, and then go over the laws that have been put in place to stop them. It’s hard to keep up with the latest news and updates on 3D printed guns — that’s why we’ve compiled a list of the bigger news items below. Keep an eye on this space as it is updated regularly. Tendai Muswere pleaded guilty to the charge on June 19 and is believed to be the first person in the UK to be convicted for the crime. Police in London searched the student’s hom...