The way this bill is written I would vote no! A3-D plastic gun needs separate consideration from conventional guns. Any gun design to evade normal law-enforcement detection, as in current law, needs careful consideration not just emotional outbursts. Example restricting 3-D printed plastic guns could infringe on the rights of conventional gun owners and non-gun owners alike. The way this bill is written gives latitude to non-thinking representatives to require background checks on gun parts. Can you imagine going to a hardware store to purchase parts to repair your home, car, plumbing and etc. and being subject to a background check just because the part you need could or might work on a gun? This bill is also miss leading in that a kit purchased to build a gun does not include a “receiver”. The receiver is the critical part that makes the gun operate. Without the receiver the gun will never function. When you purchased the receiver, by itself, to complete the gun kit you must be subject to a background check because the receiver is stamped with the serial number for the entire gun. It is just like your car that has the vehicle identification number near the windshield. This unique number is not stamped on every part of your car but is stamped in one place to represent the car as a whole. Guns are no different. Parts ware out and need replacing on guns and cars. Countable wants a frivolous emotional driven answer and that is what I see when I read their postings. That is one reason we have a representative republic with separation of powers. It would do you good to look at the recent history of Venezuela.