Regulations might reshape DIY gun products, but they can’t eliminate the demand that created the industry.
Making masks, face shields, and other protective equipment is the bottom-up, COVID-19 version of rolling bandages or knitting socks for the troops.
People around the world are working together in unprecedented ways to help their neighbors and produce critical medical supplies.
From Australia to Massachusetts, illegal gun makers step in to supply what legal markets aren’t allowed to produce.
It's Ravelry, and it's not just a "knitting site."
Sophisticated firearms are becoming ever-easier to illicitly manufacture in basic workshops, says a new report. We'll even show you how to do it!
Reloaders and DIY gunmakers alike are motivated by innovation and a willingness to make for themselves what the government doesn't want them to have.
From DIY guns to designer drugs, classic-car parts, and human livers, 3D printing promises a dynamic and uncontrollable world.
Build a Glock 17 using parts from the internet