House Votes To Renew Ban On Plastic Guns

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House Votes To Renew Ban On Plastic Guns

The House of Representatives has voted to renew a longstanding ban on plastic firearms that don’t have enough metal to be detected by X-ray machines, though many have criticized the extension bill for not restricting 3D printing technology, which can produce plastic guns with removable metal parts. What do you think?

  • “I like when politicians can put aside petty differences to accomplish something that’s already law.”

    Christina Alker
    Chairlift Operator
  • “Sure, ‘plastic guns’—what else did they ban? Phasers and electro-rifles?”

    Joe Brennan
    Systems Analyst
  • “Just more evidence that congress is in the pocket of Big 3D.”

    Robert Gambon
    Geologist