Donald Trump has hit out against 3D printed guns being sold to the public by tweeting “already spoke to NRA, doesn’t make much sense”.
His comment comes a day after eight US states sued his administration for allowing blueprints of 3D printed guns to be legally accessed online.
3D printed guns can be created by anyone with access to a 3D printer – a device that deposits molten plastic or powder to build an object layer by layer.
“Would-be terrorists may well see the 3D printed gun as being a useful addition to their deadly arsenals – and not just in the US,” Iain Overton, executive Director of Action on Armed Violence, wrote in a comment piece for the Telegraph.
“Once these plans are freely…