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Lawmakers take aim at 3-D gun printing

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The 25-year-old law banning the manufacture of guns not easily screened by metal detectors will expire Dec. 9, a deadline that holds new urgency for lawmakers concerned about the development of 3-D printing technology and the printing of plastic guns. The Undetectable Firearms Act was passed in 1988, then renewed in 1998 and again in 2003. The law originally envisioned the problem of guns with...

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