How New Venue Screening Solutions Can Detect Plastic Guns and Other Threats

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It used to be that a plastic gun was relatively harmless. They were called squirt guns, and the worst an assailant could do was soak the victim with water. Today, however, with the advent of at-home 3D printers, individuals with nefarious intentions can create easily concealable working plastic guns that shoot real ammunition and can cause injury and loss of life. Among the many concerns around these plastic weapons is that, for the most part, traditional metal detectors can’t identify them should a bad actor attempt to bring them into a stadium, arena or other public gathering place.

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