Two posts back I wrote my opinion on 3-D printed guns. This article points out that although the plans for the gun that were briefly available online had been downloaded 100,000 times, apparently no one has actually done it.
I love this part, the last sentence:
According to experts I spoke with, printing the various parts that comprise the weapon would take at least eight hours. In other words, it's extremely possible that people intending to make a 3D-printed gun haven't quite finished doing so, or haven't quite finished the YouTube video. It is also possible that the hand with which they type now contains a lower number of fingers than it did on Sunday.