‘I am trying to save the lives of innocent people’: Sen. Manning speaks out on ghost guns

EUGENE, Ore. -- State Senator James Manning Jr. is calling a recent "ghost gun" bust in Springfield part of the gun problem. "When you can use a 3D printer to print up a firearm that is unlicensed that has no serial number and no way to track it, and get other components to assemble it through the mail, this is not a good thing," he said. Upon service of the warrant, deputies seized over 60 fully assembled firearms, dozens of homemade firearm suppressors, and enough various parts to assemble as many as a hundred more firearms, all in the hands of a convicted felon.

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