Police engaging in training on 3-D Printed weapons

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Police have been engaging in training in the event of 3-D weapons being discovered in the country.

The training comes following an amendment to the Firearms Act that created a new law introducing penalties for the possession of a ghost gun, or a 3-D printed firearm.

Corporal Edson Smith told NBC news while no 3-D or ghost weapons have been discovered on the island so far, the police are preparing for the eventuality.