Patterned after the Liberator — a gun design created in the U.S. on a 3D printer — the firearm would be breaking Canadian law if not altered.
By Eric Andrew-Gee
Daniel Southwick has a gun. It looks like a toy. It’s not.
It seems that he’s the first person in Canada to make a gun with a 3D printer. It’s under lock and key at his University of Toronto lab, on the seventh floor of Robarts Library.
The gun can’t shoot bullets — not yet — but only because Southwick doesn’t want it to.
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