Austin, Tex. - A Texas man announced today that he will start selling the blueprints that will allow people to start printing their own 3d-printed guns.
This announcement came after a federal judge granted a motion on Monday that blocks the Texas man from releasing the downloaded prints until litigation is resolved.
Cody Wilson, owner of the company that makes the plastic guns, said that he will sell them for any price on the company's website.
He believes that selling them, and not just posting them and making them available for anyone to download and use for free, will not go against the order established on Monday that banned him from posting them on the website.
There are 19 states and the District of Columbia that sought an injunction to stop a settlement that the federal government reached with Wilson's company. The states argued that posting the plans online would pose a major security risk.
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