It looks like the 3D guns are unregulatable and unstoppable. They're anonymously sharing the blueprints and advice while simultaneously building an unstoppable community.
Unlike previous attempts to popularize 3D-printed guns, this newer operation is entirely decentralized. There's no headquarters, no trademarks, and no real leader. The people behind it already understand that this means they can't be stopped by governments and their laws or regulations. "If they [the government] were to come after me, they'd first have to find my identity," says Ivan the Troll, a member of the group. "I'm one of many, many like-minded individuals who're doing this sort of work."