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House passes firearms bill without addressing 3-D printed guns

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With the national ban on plastic guns set to expire in a matter of days, the House on Tuesday approved a 10-year extension of the ban while Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., pressed for a new provision that would directly target 3-D printed plastic guns. First passed in 1988, the Undetectable Firearms Act banned guns that lacked sufficient metal content to set off metal detectors or be detected by...

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