In Texas, almost every home has weapons. The presence of a rifle and ammunition there is considered commonplace, and depriving them of rights is almost a shame. One of the local residents after a quarrel with his girlfriend received a ban on weapons for 2 years. However, he did not want to put up with such a court sentence. Trying to acquire weapons in several places, he invariably faced refusal. He could not acquire parts, and then assemble home-made weapons from them. However, the guy got out of the impasse by trick. He decided to print weapons on a 3D printer. The Texan acquired the equipment, carefully studied the schemes he had assembled for different models of rifles and training aids for their assembly. He printed some of the necessary elements on a 3D printer, he machined the rest on his own. The result was a rifle that is structurally and outwardly similar to the serial model of the AR-15 assault rifle. He found ammunition in his old stockpiles. Further development had to be tested in practice. The young man, having left for the forest, made several shots from it. However, police arrived at them. As a result of the proceedings, law enforcement officers established that the detainee is prohibited from owning firearms. As a result, the court assessed the sins of the young man for 8 years of a real term in prison. Such a severe sentence is connected with many circumstances of the case, including the book found in the accused, calling for the extermination of current and former members of Congress. In addition, during the detention, the Texan lied, saying that he was a CIA employee.