This 100% 3D-printed GLOCK 17 showed up on Reddit late last night and has caused a stir. Nevermind the fact that the bullets are plastic as well and that this gun could never fire. Under the proposed Undetectable Firearms Act and the 3D Printed Gun Ban the simple act of printing these parts would become a felony — since they’re gun parts and the new laws would ban plastic gun parts. The laws helpfully don’t differentiate between toy guns and the real McCoy when it comes to parts that are verbotten. What’s the over/under on how long it takes before the GLOCK mothership sends a cease and desist order to the printer’s doorstep?