3D Plastic Gun – Congress Mandates No More Plastic Guns From 3D Printing Technology

3D Plastic Gun – Congress Mandates No More Plastic Guns From 3D Printing Technology

This week, Congress voted to renew a ban on plastic firearms. It’s called the Undetectable Firearms Act and it makes it illegal to manufacture, possess, or receive any firearm that would evade a metal detector or X-ray machine. But with the advent of 3D printing and the ability for individuals to now craft a gun in the comfort of their own home, RT’s Ameera David takes a look at how this developing technology may be a little too quick for policy to catch up. Congress has mandated that guns must have metal components in them. Congress must stay on top of the 3D Printing Gun debate

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[…] This week, Congress voted to renew a ban on plastic firearms. It’s called the Undetectable Firearms Act and it makes it illegal to manufacture, possess, or receive any firearm that would evade a metal detector or X-ray machine.http://3dprintingchannel.com/3d-plastic-gun-congress-mandates-no-more-plastic-guns-from-3d-printing-… […]

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