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(Jacquelyn Martin | The Associated Press) Given the number of existing loopholes and the ease with which people can buy firearms on the Internet, people printing guns might seem like adding a drop of water to an Olympic-sized swimming pool. According to an annual report released by the ATF, more than 5.5 million guns are made in the United States each year, and millions more are imported.
With a 3-D printer, you can build a real gun at home
Analysis » As the device becomes a consumer product, parts, other objects could become prolific.
First Published Oct 12 2012 05:58 pm • Last Updated Jan 14 2013 11:32 pm

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