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Download a plastic gun made of files from a 3D home computer-
Will eventually be used in Australia.
More than 100,000 people around the world, including Australia, have downloaded instructions on how to make guns.
The 3D gun is made of heat-
Plastic or synthetic material, which makes them at the airport X-
Police say it will have an impact on global terrorism.
Andrew Scipione, the new state police chief, said officials at the ballistic missile office built two guns themselves.
\"We bought a 3D computer for $1700, the material is worth about $35, and we are able to make one of these weapons,\" he said today . \".
It took only 27 hours and a minute to reassemble, he said, with a terrible impact on security and law enforcement around the world.
Made of plastic, this weapon is triggered using household nails and can fire small caliber ammunition with fatal effects.
\"Our ballistic tests show that one of these weapons can kill people,\" he said . \".
The ballistic police also found that homemade weapons could easily break up at launch, which could be fatal to users.
\"It can be fatal at both ends of this weapon,\" Commissioner Scipione said . \".
Police have released a graphic video depicting the consequences as a warning to anyone considering making such a weapon.
\"The results of the demonstrations are disturbing, and the things that we are most concerned about have come true, because it shows its impact on gun handlers and victims,\" Commissioner sciione said . \".
3D guns do not have any safety standards, quality control or protection for commercial users
There are guns produced.
\"Anyone with resources can buy a 3D printer.
Do not try to make weapons using a 3D printer. A 3D-
\"There is no potential danger with the printed gun, it is dangerous,\" the commissioner said . \".
3D printers are a sign of the technological advances we have witnessed in the world.
They have many positive uses in medicine, science and industry.
\"Progress like this should be encouraged, embraced and used to do good things, not to do bad things,\" he said . \".
\"The 3D gun is made of heat-
Plastic or synthetic material, which makes them at the airport X-ray machines.
The impact of such weapons on terrorism is enormous, \"the commissioner said.
\"The 3D gun cannot be detected, can not be traced, easy to manufacture.
\"Yes, these are guns.
No bullets are needed to make guns.
This is a gun.
If you produce a gun using a 3D printer, you commit at least two crimes: making a gun and owning an illegal gun.
We will sue criminals who manufacture, sell, own or own 3D guns, \"added Commissioner Scipione.
A South African police spokesman said there are no reports of 3D guns in South Australia, but they are naturally worried about the emergence of 3D guns.
\"If people use or make guns that can do harm to the public, people will always worry,\" he said . \".
\"SAPOL is committed to removing unwanted, unregistered or illegal firearms, ammunition or firearms components from the South Australian community.