A secretive network promoting 3D-printed assault rifles that can be assembled in days has led to warnings over the threat from “resourceful” criminals.
The National Crime Agency said that gangsters were “willing to use a variety of means” to get guns in Britain after a network throughout Europe boasted that homemade assault rifles and ammunition could be put together in less than two weeks.
A masked militant known as J Stark leads a decentralised web in Europe that pushes designs for semi-automatic rifles that fire 9mm bullets. He told a documentary that the organisation opposed the state control of firearms. “I’m of the opinion that to bear firearms is a human right,” he said. “The government or the entity that has rule over you, they
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