At Fox News: Trump Administration agreement means “This Marks the End of Gun Control”

21 Jul , 2018  

Dr. John Lott has a major piece up at Fox News where he explains how a new Trump Administration agreement means “This Marks the End of Gun Control.” The piece starts this way:

The federal government has finally recognized the obvious – that sharing instructions on how to make guns with 3D printers counts as constitutionally protected speech.

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CPRC at Fox News: “Designer of 3-D-printed gun challenges feds to Constitutional duel”

6 May , 2015  

John Lott was interviewed by Fox News about the Obama administration’s latest attempts to ban computer files that allow 3D printers to print guns.  This isn’t just plastic printers.  The metal 3D printers can produce a gun that is identical in many ways to a gun that you could buy at the store.  …



CPRC on Coast-to-Coast AM for 2 hours (Audio)

14 Feb , 2014  

CPRC was on George Noory’s radio show last night for the first two hours of the show (3.25 million weekly listeners). Among the topics: the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals case striking down California’s concealed handgun law, the big push to scare Americans into not owning guns, the head of Interpol’s views on gun-free zones, 3D printers, and polls on gun-free zones.…

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CPRC discussed in Human Events: “3-D Gun Bans Mean More Crime, Violence”

19 Jan , 2014  

The news story at Human Events starts this way:

Modern technology makes gun control measures even weaker as criminals continue to unlawfully use firearms while law-abiding citizens continue to follow the law.

“Three-D metal printers make guns that look and function in exactly the same way as any metal gun would,” said John Richard Lott Jr.,


CPRC in the Philadelphia Inquirer: On why gun control is becoming even more impossible to impose

12 Jan , 2014  

The op-ed piece in the Inquirer starts this way:

The new year has brought yet more gun-control regulations. President Obama announced new executive orders on background checks. Connecticut citizens stood in long lines to register their guns, and, next door in New York City, registration lists are used to confiscate them.

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