Texas 3-D Gun Printing Firm Selling Machine To Manufacture Metal AR-15 Semi-Automatic Rifle At HomeThe Texas firm which pioneered the 3-D printing of guns at home has unveiled a machine capable of milling the firing mechanism of an AR-15 assault rifle, which can then be combined with the rifle’s remaining parts available online to create an untraceable weapon known as a ‘ghost gun.’
Weapons Made By 3-D Printers Concern Gun Control AdvocatesAt least one group, Defense Distributed, is claiming to have created downloadable weapon parts that can be built using the increasingly popular new-generation of printer that can create 3-D objects with moving parts.
Technology Explored To 'Print' Working Guns At HomeThere's a new way to build a gun that metal detectors can't detect. The legal, and unregulated, technology is allowing for the manufacture of plastic guns that will be able to fire real bullets.

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