A Texas law student has developed a plastic gun that can be printed from a 3D printer. Firing real bullets, this gun really works. Could this be a loop hole in gun regulation laws?

The University of Texas law student and founder of Defense Distributed plans to release his blue prints so that anyone can download and start printing their own gun. This will allow anyone to have an operating fire arm without background check or any other stipulations of the gun regulation laws.

Is this a good loop hole or not? Check out the Defense Distributed website for loads more knowledge on what exactly they are trying to do with this gun. Also, watch the video for a little more information on the subject.

So, what do you think?