Alberta man charged after RCMP seize 3D-printed guns, suppressor, counterfeit cash
Calgary Sun: 'In a Wednesday news release, RCMP said Mounties teamed up with Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) after border officers at the Vancouver International Mail Centre intercepted a parcel from China containing a prohibited firearm component on Feb. 16.
'As a result of the investigation, RCMP added, police executed a search warrant March 8 at a home in Parkland County, just west of Edmonton, and seized three 3D firearms (one of which was loaded), ammunition, a firearm suppressor, counterfeit money and a 3D printer along with materials used to created 3D printed items.
'Police said they also seized several firearm magazines and incomplete 3D-printed handguns.
'RCMP Supt. Chad Coles, officer in charge of the Mounties’ integrated border enforcement team in Alberta, credited the seizure of illegally imported and manufactured firearm components to the collaboration with CBSA.'