A 10-year extension of a federal law requiring all guns to be detectable by metal screening machines was approved by the U.S. House.
The law prohibits guns that don’t contain enough metal to trigger screening machines commonly found in airports, courthouses and other secure areas accessible to the public.
The Obama administration and congressional Democrats want any extension to also deal with potential loopholes for 3-D-printed guns, which the House bill does not do.
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A 10-year extension of a federal law requiring all guns to be detectable by metal…
by Personal Defense World / Dec 3, 2013