Valley Voices: 3D printed guns

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Sheriff opposes 3D printed guns

Law enforcement officials are speaking out against potentially deadly weapons being created using 3D printers.

GOT MINE

I got mine all downloaded so I don’t really care what the sheriff has to say about it. — Chris Bendet

LIVE WITH IT?

Well, aren’t you clever? A family man not concerned about a convicted felon having a deadly plastic gun. Hope you can live with that decision. — Bryan Muth

AVAILABLE ELSEWHERE

Bryan, given that anyone can walk into the average plumbing supply store and walk out with sufficient components to make a significantly more durable home-built firearm, I’m not particularly worried about 3D guns printed from plastic. — Alan Blatman

 

Vests for police K9s

More and more police dogs are being outfitted with vests for their protection.

ALL NEED THEM

This is great as every K9 should have one. They deserve it. — Aunnie Covert-Ewens

SAME PAGE

We totally agree. — Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office



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