Sunday, February 20, 2022

3D printed ghost gun bust in NL

140 charges were laid after a huge weapon seizure that included 3D printed ghost guns. Printing certain gun components is a criminal offence in Canada. Cops seized a range of partially manufactured 3D printed guns, 3D printed silencers, barrels, slides, frames and other parts; nine prohibited firearms, two restricted and four non-restricted firearms; assorted magazines and ammunition; a bullet-proof vest; and 3D printed knuckles. Police also seized drugs.
Scott Waterman, 40, of Torbay, was charged with more than 140 offences related to the possession, manufacturing and trafficking of weapons. He was denied bail.