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3-D printed guns allow the public access to real, working weapons that are virtually untraceable — here's how they work

3-D printed guns allow the public access to real, working weapons that are virtually untraceable — here's how they work

3-D printed guns allow the public access to real, working weapons that are virtually untraceable — here's how they workConcern over the rise of 3-D-printed guns has hit a climax as eight states announced on Monday that they were suing the Trump administration for allowing the public to download blueprints for such products. The move would allow the public access to working guns that can fire real bullets, potentially including AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifles. Because the guns can be printed at home, they do not have serial numbers, people printing them would not have to undergo background checks, and the weapons would virtually be untraceable.

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