1st 3-D printed gun case poses challenges for law

| May 10, 2014

1st 3-D printed gun case poses challenges for law

YOKOHAMA-Kanagawa prefectural police suspect that a man arrested on Thursday for allegedly possessing two plastic guns had obtained blueprints for a handgun from the Internet and made the guns by himself with a 3-D printer. Legal experts said their greatest concerns have become reality in this first case of an alleged violation of Japan's strict gun control laws involving 3-D printed guns. They …

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