Why Cody Wilson, the man behind the 3D-printed gun, says he’ll keep fighting - and win

August 4, 2018

Cody Wilson shows the first completely 3D-printed handgun, the Liberator, at his home in Austin, Texas, on Friday May 10, 2013.

By Staff

On Tuesday, a federal court forced Cody Wilson’s web page to go dark. But still, the 30-year-old inventor of what he says is the first working 3D-printed gun feels as if he scored a victory: The blueprints for his AR-15 are out there.

After a judge signed the order that forced Wilson to take down the designs he’d posted that enabled users to make guns with a 3D printer, one Twitter user trumpeted that the files were being spread.

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