How 3D-printed weapons are posing a new challenge for police in Canada
CA, 19 Mar 2023
A recent drug and weapons bust is raising the alarm over the role of new technology in violent crime after police in New Brunswick seized two 3D-printed handguns.
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino says this type of weapon is part of a growing phenomenon that's becoming a growing challenge for police. The guns are part of a classification known as "ghost guns," meaning they're untraceable because they don't have serial numbers.
Callum Smith explains what may be needed to combat the rise in the 3D printing of guns and gun components.
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