A Man From Las Vegas Is Accused of Selling 3D-Printed Guns.
Author: Nevada Globe Staff
LAS VEGAS – An indictment was brought against a Las Vegas man who allegedly made and sold 3D-printed machine gun conversion equipment.
On Friday, 36-year-old Clarence Meekins appeared in court for illegally selling firearms he had constructed himself. Due to his criminal record, he is not allowed to own a weapon.
Robbery and brandishing a firearm during a violent crime are only two of his many prior offenses.
Concerning firearms, Meekins has been indicted on five counts: one count of operating a firearms business without a license, two counts of illegal possession of a machine gun, and two counts of being a felon in possession of firearms. On October 17, a judge will preside over a jury trial.
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