Cody Wilson in CBS This morning (what I noticed)

I saw Miguel’s post and noticed something different.  Perhaps one of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard.

That milling machines is essentially a shrunken down gun factory for your home.”

The it goes into the “gun manufacturers don’t benefit from milling machines in people’s homes.”

This is the DD milling machine for $2,000.

This is a tour inside the Remington factory in Huntsville.

The Daniel Defense factory in South Carolina.

Here is the Kel-Tec factory in Florida.

None of those look like a $2,000 desktop mill.

This is like looking at a guy with a wood shop making a canoe and saying “it’s like having Newport News Shipyard in your home.”

What an over blown horseshit statement.  It is the dumbest thing I’ve heard on this today.





4 Replies to “Cody Wilson in CBS This morning (what I noticed)”

  1. I think you’re missing the point he’s making. Perhaps not now, but sometime in the next 15 to 20 years, additive manufacturing will be at the level where it essentially will be a factory in the home. That’s ultimately where we’re going, not simply for firearms, but for ALL products, longer term.

    He’s making them aware of it to burn them out on it, to ensure they throw up their hands a resign themselves to what’s coming. Better get them surrendering now before the tech arrives instead of having to deal with them when it’s on our doorstep.

    He’s tell them “Surrender, you’re not going to win this fight”. And he’s correct.

  2. I quit the news several months back, and the inane idiocy of the “journalists” after the interview with Cody was over remind me why I have a white hot hatred for all newscasters. Egomaniacs and bottomfeeders, the whole lot of them.

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