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Home-Made Browning: 3D printers stoke fears of backyard technology explosion
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Experts now say that anyone who has a couple of thousand dollars for a 3D printer and an internet connection can make a 3D gun, which will be invisible to X-ray machines and metal detectors. In the U.S., critics of the technology are warning it has reached a dangerous point, with federal law banning undetectable firearms set to expire in less than two weeks. RT's Marina Portnaya found out what it takes to print a gun.



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Home-Made Browning: 3D printers stoke fears of backyard technology explosion - by Anja - 12-02-2013, 12:10 PM

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