Firearms and components for rifles can now be made at home by anyone with a 3D printer. Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle break down what these 3D-printed guns are and asks the co-president of gun control advocacy group The Brady Campaign, Avery Gardiner, what comes next.
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