‘Kitchen table stuff’: In ongoing ghost gun war, Manhattan DA, pols and NYPD push new legislation combating 3D-printed weapons


Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is joining with Senator Brad Hoylman-Sigal, Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal, and the NYPD in an effort to combat the flooding of 3D-printed ghost guns in the Big Apple by introducing new legislation.

During a meeting inside the DA’s office, lawmakers and NYPD officials hammered home the worrying technological advancements in the at-home arms race.  According to the NYPD Commanding Officer of the Field Intelligence Program Courtney Nilan, the scientific growth in 3D gun printing has developed substantially in just a few years and continues to progress by the week.