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Sellers exploit gun buyback loophole with the help of 3D printers

The New York Attorney General has changed the rules of the state’s gun buyback program after participants abused the system by using 3D printers to manufacture large numbers of firearm parts and submitting $21,000 gift cards. . The seller, who identified himself under a pseudonym, went from West Virginia to a gun buyback held in Utica, N.Y. on Aug. 27. Printable Weapons. Receive $350 for each printed part, including a $100 premium, for being considered a non-serialized “ghost gun” under repurchase rules sponsored by the Office of Attorney General Letitia James and the City Police Department Rights were given to him.