Posted November 20, 2022 11:00 am by Comments

By Dan Zimmerman

[Ayoob] Wali told investigators that he found the [GLOCK] switches in a car he bought, but eventually admitted that he was getting them from a man named “Xavier,” who was identified later as [Xavier Desean] Watson.
An undercover ATF agent then contacted Watson and arranged to purchase 33 conversion device and a 3D-printed AR-15 style rifle. Watson bragged to the agent that he could produce about 400 switches per day on the two 3D printers he had set up in his apartment.
Continue reading The Signal Continues: ATF Tries Vainly to Enforce Gun Control in an Age of 3D Printing at The Truth About Guns.

Source: The Truth About Guns

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