By Terry Kovarik
Plastic guns made from downloadable, 3-D computer plans remain illegal, for now. A federal judge has temporarily blocked such plans from being sold through websites. Supporters say such weapons help ensure 2nd Amendment Rights for people who may not have access to licensed gun dealers in their communities. Gun control advocates say the weapons are easier for criminals to obtain because there are no serial numbers. Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski says he’s concerned for the safety of the public at large and those making the guns.
Sheriff Joski recommends people work with licensed dealers who carry firearms from established companies, which also test and ensure the reliability of the guns they sell.