Ink-Inc

Ink Incorporated is a major corporation that makes most of its money selling a variety of “inks” for 3D printers. They best selling product is SuperStrong™ ToolInk™, which while explicitly intended for printing high quality hand tools is more commonly used for printing cheap polymer handguns. In addition to ink they sell high-grade printers to reputable citizens that have a strange tendency to have their built in identification codes tampered with and then go missing. Ink, Inc has naturally launched a massive publicity campaign to assure all concerned citizens and legislators that it is taking all the necessary steps to ensure its products are not misused by common criminals.

Another well known fact (thanks to marketing) is the fact that Ink, Inc sells premium polymer weapons. Thanks to tireless product development effort and the finest printing techniques in existence the guns are are, in fact, quite good, or at the very least better than the worst metal competitor. Gun enthusiasts also know why the guns are also quire rare (Availability Rare): the emphasis on quality drives up the cost and the firm has to sell them at a loss so the production runs are kept very low to minimize this PR expense. In recent years these polymer guns, particularly the earlier models, have become a fashionable item with gun collectors.

The third and least well known (and advertised) part of Ink, Inc’s business is chemical production. Although alarmists have sometimes raised the idea that Ink, Inc sells raw chemicals to certain well connected drug cartels to be manufactured into illegal drugs, the firm vehemently denies any wrong doing and no evidence to support the accusations has ever surfaced. In certain underworld circles it is rumored that the firm not only does business with the cartels, it actually owns them.

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