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3D 'Printed' Gun Made

3D 'Printed' Gun Made

UK newspaper Mail On Sunday has revealed the massive international security risk posed by guns that can be easily produced on today's 3D printers. Reporters successfully smuggled a plastic pistol through airport-style security and onto a crowded Eurostar train. The components of the weapon, which is capable of firing a .38-caliber bullet, were "printed" on a $2600 machine from blueprints available on the Internet. More at Mail Online.

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