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New Printable Handgun Raises Concerns for Undetectability

  • Aired: 05/06/2013
  • 05:45
  • Rating: NR
Cody Wilson, a law student from Texas, has made the first fully functioning plastic pistol from a 3-D printer, sparking questions and concerns about legal and safety implications. Ray Suarez talks with with Forbes magazine's Andy Greenberg about how the homemade gun known as "the Liberator" figures in a broader national debate.
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