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Police have arrested an Australian man for alleged possession of a number of 3D-printed weapons and enough parts to make four separate handguns, in addition to other charges.
The gun debate expands to include plastic firearms that can be printed at home, with lawmakers expressing concerns about new technology.
If you own, buy, make or sell a 3D-printed gun, you could face 10 years in prison, under updated UK legislation.
Both New York City and New York State introduce legislation to either curb the making of 3D-printed firearms or ban their use altogether.
Senator Leland Yee plans to introduce legislation to ban 3D-printed gun technology in order to "ensure that it is not used for the wrong purpose with potentially deadly consequences."
Despite worries about the dangers of 3D printed firearms, there's little chance of anyone with a MakerBot device gunning people down. Even gun-control advocates think the hype is too much.
After looking into the current state of 3D-printed gun-making, CNET's Rich Brown asked the various 3D-printing services about their policies toward printing firearms and firearm components.
Consumer-level 3D printing could change guns and gun control as we know them. So how soon are we likely to see 3D-printed plastic firearms? And what are the legal issues? CNET's Rich Brown sights in on the DIY gun movement.
Want a Portal gun? One fan couldn't get the official replica, so she built her own out of 3D-printed parts.
Anyone else notice that Bane's post-tracheotomy voice in "Dark Knight Rises" sounds like The Count from "Sesame Street?" On today's show, we'll talk more about what you need to know before seeing the movie (no spoilers), plus 3D-printed assault rifles signaling the end of gun control.