“ PLASTIC DEFENCE is a documentary about illegal 3D printed firearms in Europe and the decentralised network behind them. These guns are robust, they don’t blow up in your hands, and they’re untraceable. What’s more, they’re being made in people’s bedrooms.”
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The world’s simplest and cheapest 12 gauge shotgun which consists of two pieces of thick gas or scaffolding pipe with a nail fixed to the rear.
When encountering such firearms examiners must be especially careful to ensure no round is present in the chamber avoiding any rearward movement of the barrel before further handling.
Semi-automatic 9mm firearms which can be made in anyone’s bedroom using a $200 3D printer and some pipe.
Seized by Guatemala National Civil Police. I wouldn’t have expected any less of a hat.
Illegally made PPK copies likely based on the Chinese Type 64. These are usually made in rural basement workshops often to be trafficked to gangsters in coastal cities.
A trophy bring back from 1967.