The U.K. Daily Mail claims two of its reporters were able to smuggle a "printed" firearm on a passenger train going from London to Paris.
Of course, they didn't take any ammo for their single shot "0.38-calibre" handgun. Or even a firing pin.
If anything, the demonstration shows the futility of trying to restrict firearms in this age of high technology.
The article states a government license is necessary to legally produce such a pistol in the U.K, but doesn't say if the Daily Mail possessed one. Any chance those responsible will be prosecuted if they didn't? Or did leaving out the firing pin provide cover?