Plastic Defence – Illegal 3D Printed Guns in Europe (Documentary)

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.”

2 thoughts on “Plastic Defence – Illegal 3D Printed Guns in Europe (Documentary)

  1. C. Angulo

    The f*ck is with this loser that interviewed Jstark??? “One of the most dangerous people I’ve ever met”, so you’re saying you’ve never interviewed your average Muslim in England or France or Sweden???. Beheading teachers for showing cartoons of Muhammad and using hand grenades in attacks on each other over honor in public places. “Extremist firearm ideology”, apparently this guy has never met an American because Jstark is almost smack dab in the middle of American beliefs on guns. Seriously these weirdo Europeans need to realise that they’re the odd ones, not people like Jstark, just because the whole of Europe lost it’s mind doesn’t mean they are normal.

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    1. european

      you mean whole Europeas policitians have lost their minds? because most of us Europeans still would like self-defence guns, its just that most of us don’t have any choice really. Because the rules are coming from Europe so our countries own laws are pretty much useless, and the politicans are every single one of them sucking the EU cock to get their payceck to sell our countries.

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