Police in Japan have arrested a man that was in possesion of five 3D-printed handguns. The arrest is the first ever of its kind for Japanese police. The man did not know printing guns was illegal.
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The United States Department of the State has forced Defense Distributed to remove the blueprints from their website. Although the site has complied, has the genie already been let out of the bottle?
The world may be in for a shock because it looks like we'll soon have the ability to use a 3D printer to create a fully working plastic firearm. What does this mean for the future?