Ban on Printed 3-D Guns Set to Expire

U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer seeking an extension of the law before it expires Dec. 9.
0:38 | 11/18/13

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As -- 3-D printers can make just about anything and that has some people worried the technology has gone to the point. Were working firearm can be printed out of plastic. And it's not detectable by metal detectors or X ray machines there's a law in place which bands and undetectable firearm -- that law. It's set to expire in December. New York democratic senator Chuck Schumer strike continues the band by extending -- -- He's getting help from fellow senators Patrick Leahy -- Vermont at Florida's Bill Nelson. Now according to senator Schumer one blueprint for 3-D plastic working -- has been downloaded. More than a 100000. Times.

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