U.S. Senator Brian Schatz wants his colleagues to pass a 10-year ban on undetectable firearms, “including plastic and 3-D printed guns, which do not show up on x-ray machines or through metal detectors,” according to a press release.
The current ban is set to expire this Monday. The House of Representatives passed a ban on undetectable firearms last week on voice vote, and the Senate expects to take up the measure Monday. But the measure, introduced by Rep. Howard Coble (R-N.C.), is just a straight extension of existing law, originally passed in 1988 and later extended.