3-D Printer Guns Controversy


WASHINGTON – Starting tomorrow, Americans will be able to download blueprints that will allow them to use a 3-D printer to create plastic, unregistered, untraceable, undetectable guns—including an assault-style rifle.  

A Texas-based company called Defense Distributed reached a court settlement with federal government lawyers to publish the plans.  

Even President Trump has weighed-in by firing off a morning tweet. 

In the attached video, Mark Meredith reports on efforts to stop the “ghost guns.”

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