Indianapolis Man Sentenced To 5 years In Prison For Having A Glock Switch And 3D-printed Firearm


An Indianapolis man has been arrested and pleaded guilty to having a Glock switch and 3D-printed firearm.

A Glock switch is a simple and illegal device that allows a conventional semi-automatic pistol to function as a fully automatic machine gun. The devices are roughly the size of a bottle cap and can be 3D-printed in less than 20 minutes.

Dwight King pled guilty to two counts of possession of a machine gun, resisting law enforcement and invasion of privacy.

On October 4th, King was sentenced to 5 years in prison.

After he serves his 5 years of imprisonment, King will be assigned to Marion County Community Corrections for four years.

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