(Seattle, WA) -- Blueprints for 3-D printed guns will stay under wraps for now. A federal judge in Seattle decided yesterday to extend a block on publishing the instructions online. Oregon is among more than a dozen states suing to keep a Texas-based company from distributing the directions that would allow people to make plastic guns on a 3-D printer. The states claim criminals would have easy access to 3-D printed guns and that such weapons would be untraceable. The company Defense Distributed says it has a First Amendment right to publish the instructions.