Meet the new director of America's most controversial gun company.
After Cody Wilson was arrested on a sex crime charge, Heindorff took the helm at Defense Distributed. Now she's leading a massive free speech battle over the right to download a gun.
The state can’t scrub gun manufacturing info from the internet, so they’re trying to make distributing it a crime––First Amendment be damned.
Defense Distributed and the Second Amendment Foundation insist that law violates the First Amendment, Commerce Clause, and Supremacy Clause.
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!
Defense Distributed is back in court.
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.
Ilya Vett claims he was making the gun as a "gift" for his brother. But he was still arrested and charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.
Wilson's passport was revoked following a warrant for his arrest in Texas for having paid sex with an underage girl.
He is not yet in custody and is believed to be in Taiwan.
The urge to suppress runs up against targets which have no form, shape, or fixed location, and can be infinitely reproduced.
Cody Wilson's attorney talks guns, speech, and "
Lochner-izing the First Amendment."
Officials trying to stop people from sharing information online are still raging against Napster.
The podcast crew takes on the
The New York Times' controversial new hire, Trump's trade war escalations, Medicare-for-all, and 3D-printed guns.
It's never been illegal to make your own firearms.
Did the settlement with the distributor of home gun-making hardware and software remove computer files from the United States Munitions List or just temporarily stop treating them as affected munitions?
They are years away (if ever) from becoming the choice of bad guys, who can already make untraceable weapons, so why all the fear-mongering?
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders touts President Trump's support for printed gun bans.
The government's decision to settle a lawsuit with Defense Distributed doesn't change anything significant. It's not Trump's fault. And the underlying case was as much about free speech as it was about guns.
The states allege that the Feds decision to settle its lawsuit with Defense Distributed violates administrative procedure law and the states' 10th Amendment rights.