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House Expected to Pass Bill Banning Plastic Guns

WASHINGTON, D.C.-- The Obama administration and congressional democrats want the extension to also deal with potential loopholes for 3D-printed guns, like the one pictured above.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- House lawmakers are expected to approve a 10-year extension of the Undetectable Firearms Act, first enacted during the Reagan administration in 1988 and reauthorized without issue under Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush.

The law bans the manufacture, possession and sale of firearms that can go undetected by metal detectors and requires handguns be manufactured in the shape of a gun so they can be seen on x-ray machines.

The Obama administration and congressional democrats want the extension to also deal with potential loopholes for 3D-printed guns, like the one pictured above. The bill is expected to pass the house today.
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