The basic tenet of agorism is the belief that through simply disregarding laws and regulations, when coupled with technological advances that circumvent those laws and regulations, will be an effective tactic to either eliminate or escape from the clutches of the state. I imagine that agorism, without violence and exodus, will not likely succeed. This is a contentious area of discussion within the philosophies of liberty.
However, this is not a full-post concerning agorism and its strengths and weaknesses (that will have to come sometime next year). Instead, today, I present to you something that both an agorist and a brutalist would shed a single tear of joy over:
3D printers are the means of production that Marx, Konkin III, and Bergmann each had envisioned as “the end (telos, reason for) of history”. The AnCaps, also, have a particular place in their hearts for 3D printers, as they are the culmination of centuries of capitalist market forces. More so than the internet, commercial space flight, or affordable quad-copters (all of which are excellent consumer products created by the free market), 3D printing is possibly the greatest contribution to society to-date. Even though it is still in it’s infant stages as a technology, 3D printing is becoming increasingly affordable and more resilient.
Today’s resource suggestion is simply a website which showcases different 3D printer designs for things such as firearms. It’s obviously mostly just an excuse to gush over 3D printers and an open endorsement of manufacturing firearms discreetly and outside the purview of law-enforcement.