Hours after a federal judge forced a group in Texas to remove online blueprints for 3-D printed firearms on Tuesday, gun-rights groups in California said they were publishing the files on a separate website.
The restraining order from US District Judge Robert Lasnik in Seattle puts that plan on hold for now.
The State Department's initial action triggered an onslaught of criticism about the possible proliferation of potentially lethal 3D-printed weapons.
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Under Mugabe, elections were marred by fraud and often deadly violence, with the European Union mission banned since 2002. The United Nations and former colonial power Britain also expressed concern over the violence, and called for "restraint".
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Massachusetts Sen. Edward Markey said: "Donald Trump will be totally responsible for every downloadable, plastic AR-15 (gun) that will be roaming the streets of our country if he does not act today" to stop it. While basic 3D printers can be bought for under $500, these are unlikely to be able to print a usable firearm as of now. His company, Defense Distributed, creates machines that help DIY gun makers take advantage of the 3-D models he is pushing to release. Trump tweeted Tuesday that he was "looking into" the idea, saying making 3D plastic guns available to the public "doesn't seem to make much sense!".
With more than 4,500 downloads as of Tuesday afternoon, the most popular blueprint on the site appeared to be for "the Liberator", a single-shot.380-caliber handgun made nearly entirely of 3D-printed plastic.
"What the blue states got here is a court order that will force us to take down files off the internet, says Blackman".
Although the Austin-based company said it would start allowing downloads on Wednesday, the blueprints for at least one gun have been posted on its website since Friday.
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This year has also been one of the driest on record, with many areas recording no more than 1mm of rain at once for 54 days. Temperatures of 33.3C were recorded at Santon Downham in Suffolk on Monday, the first day of the school summer holidays.
Later on, White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley, told reporters that the Trump Administration supports the "nearly three-decade-ol law" prohibiting the making or owning of a plastic gun.
One gun made with a plastic called ABS-M30 fired a.380-caliber round without failing all eight times it was tested, ATF officials said, describing it as "a lethal weapon".
But critics are concerned it will see a massive rise in so-called ghost guns, unregistered weapons the government is unaware of and is unable to trace.
The U.S. State Department agreed to a settlement in June after a five-year legal battle that had forced Wilson to remove the online tutorials, by arguing they violated firearm export laws.
"Even as a strong supporter of the Second Amendment this is not right", the Alaska senator Lisa Murkowski tweeted, linking to a news story on the guns.
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He later told Fox News" Chris Wallace in an interview: "We don't have anything on them and there can't be anything on them'. He laughed, noting that 500 American businessmen, including Trump, once came to an economic forum in Russian Federation .