3D Printed Firearm Smuggled Into Israeli Parliament By Reporters

    Reporters from an Israeli news program entered the Knesset, Israel’s Parliament, twice with a 3D printed pistol based on DefCad’s Liberator design. Haaretz.co.il reports (click through to watch the video) …

    Team program “Night pipeline” of Channel 10, the cameras gun printed using three-dimensional printer, and managed to enter the Knesset with him twice. Written plan also came just a few meters from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Tested plastic gun firing range under the supervision of a retired police stands, and successfully fired a live bullet at a target made of cardboard.


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