We can now, print out own ARMS, inside the “comfort” of our own homes now, and, that just make these dangerous arms, even MORE easily, accessible, and imagine if this technology gets into, the “wrong hands”…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
the forklift driver, Lee was suspected of buying equipment including a 3D printer and other materials to print out the guns, as the police searched his place, he was printing out the body of a rifle, the police confiscated two fully printed rifles at his place, this was the very first case of rifles confiscated from 3-D printing; as Lee heard that the police was sending his guns in for testing to see if it can be used as a weapon, he’d told them there wasn’t a need, he’d already, successfully, fired the guns sixty-five times. The D.A. set his bail at $50,000N.T. after they interrogated him.
There are already cases of printing guns using 3D printers from other countries, the sixth of the investigations unit of the Detective Agency received the intel last September online, that the thirty-six-year-old man, Lee bought the needed supplies to print out a gun, that he was suspected of making the weapons on his own, and called it in to the Chiayi District Attorney’s Office to have them sign off on a search.
and the step-by-step “how-to” from online…with all the parts, labeled, and the assembling means on the “next page”…from online
The Detective Agency tagged along the Chiayi Police to surveil Lee, found that he worked as a forklift operator, that he’d not gotten into close contact with anybody in his family, or at work, that he had a simple style of life, and already bought the 3D printers, the metal barrels, the prop bullets and other items needed to print out the three-dimensional guns,, they suspected that he may have other skills needed to print out guns.
On the ninth, the police went to Lee’s residence, with a search warrant, at the time, Lee was printing the gun barrel of a rifle using the 3-D printer, and was caught right in the act, the police found two already-printed rifles, three semi-made rifles, an altered gun, a mock gun, and semi-completed handgun, eleven more gun barrels, seventy-one bullets, sixty-five shell casings, and the three-dimensional printers, the raw materials used to print the weapons, and other viable evidence.
The police stated that they are to take the guns to the criminal investigations unit for forensics, Lee told them on site, “No need, already tested them, they have, firepower!”, claimed that the sixty-five shell casings the police confiscated was from the two rifles he’d printed out, and tested.
the “end product”…
photo from online
Lee told, that what drove him to print the firearms was because he was “picked on” by someone, that with a gun gains you the respect; the police suspected that Lee printed the arms to sell them, and the case is viewed as laws against possessions of dangerous firearms, the D.A. set his bail at fifty-thousand dollars N.T.
The police told, it costs around ten thousand dollars N.T.s to buy a 3D printer, there are the multiple diagrams of gun assembling, gun printing formatting, that it is easy for someone who wanted them to download, and it only takes around four days for a rifle to get printed out, that it’s usable, like the rifles bought in the gun shops, that this may turn into a cause of concern of possessions of dangerous firearms in the local communities.
And so, thanks to the modern day advances of technology, you can print anything, if you know where to download the pictures, and that’s just really bad, because, everybody can own a dangerous firearm, with enough firepower to commit murder, making this world, that much more, dangerous than ever before.