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There's no discharge in the war!

File: d1534f91bd3ddc1⋯.png (1.21 MB, 1440x810, 16:9, GHOST GUNNER.png)

b9653a No.521280

When the original Ghost Gunner was launched it was an AR-15 receiver machine. With this update Ghost Gunners can now produce ARs, of the -15 and -10 variety, as well as 1911s and Glock-compatible pistols. While the Ghost Gunner is free to operate, it’s not free to own, with a $1,675 sticker. The machine takes 80 percent receivers, which Wilson also sells, and completes them into 100 percent firearms.

Building compete firearms from 80 percent kits isn’t anything new. People have been doing this for decades. What’s different here is that the Ghost Gunner is an automated, turn-key process. An 80 percent firearm is just a gun-shaped hunk of metal. It doesn’t fire, it has no moving parts; it’s a paperweight. A 100 percent firearm also doesn’t do much — it’s still just a single hunk — but it can be completed with off-the-shelf parts. Only the receiver counts as the “firearm” by ATF standards. Everything else is replaceable and can be bought over the counter.

Up until now the Ghost Gunner could only make rifle-based guns. These can be compact but they’re hardly concealable. Wilson is taking a major step toward democratizing gun ownership now that the machine can make Glock- and 1911-pattern pistols. It takes a little skill to build a gun out of a firearm receiver, but nothing that can’t be accomplished with time and practice. This is particularly true for Glock-pattern guns, which are designed to use interchangeable parts. Because these use standard and aftermarket gun parts, these homemade guns can be just as well-made or better-made than common factory-produced firearms….

https://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/cody-wilson-drops-new-ghost-gunner-handgun-update/

Buy one here: https://ghostgunner.net/

7e10fe No.521281

https://twitter.com/Radomysisky/status/914657467610648577

You can also replace the spindles on the old Ghost Gunners to upgrade to this one.


fae914 No.521286

>GG now does 1911 and Glock 80%s

Nice, still waiting on a machine that can take a raw block of aluminium and spit out a completed lower though.


b77958 No.521290

So what if you get an 80% lower, mill it completely, then smash it to pieces with a sledgehammer? What is the resultant rubble considered, legally?


dd89ab No.521318

>>521290

trash, like yer mum. its just like those m16a1 crushed receivers


f83ee5 No.521332

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


fb484b No.521343

>>521290

There's actually a company, I forget who, that will give you $15 towards a replacement 80% if you send them your damaged them. … but you have to denature it, according to BATFE specs, so you can just ship it in the mail, no paperwork.

it doesn't have to be smashed to pieces. Torch cut into two or three, is enough … or crush the magwell and fire-control area so it's clearly unsalvageable.


8386e9 No.521364

>>521290

Modern art.


1b535e No.521373

>>521332

>apple

>getting lolberg vibes


dce42c No.521381

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>521364

>Modern art.

you're too correct sadly


7e10fe No.521385

File: f883384b7461c08⋯.png (41.63 KB, 122x151, 122:151, Screenshot_2017-07-30_18-4….png)

>>521373

Yeah, I wonder why you'd get the impression that Cody Wilson is an crypto-anarchist. Completely unfounded, I'm sure.


e16444 No.521403

>>521373

There was a MDE sticker on the Ghost Gunner machine too.


d90322 No.521409

>>521373

>oy vey sure these guys are working toward fucking over the zog but they don't subscribe to my specific ideology!

/leftypol/ false flagger or just a garden variety cock gobbling retard?


91288c No.521426

>>521403

Timestamp?


7d078f No.521665

>>521403

Cody likes MDE


799d33 No.521852

Nobody asking yet on this 8/k/ thread if the 1911 frames the machine finishes are ALUMINUM or STEEL is all I need to know you fuckers are dumb as fuck nogunz.


7e10fe No.521855

>>521852

Since when did Ghost Gunners ever mill steel?


6806f8 No.521857

not terrible price or function for a tarted up cnc router, more functional piece than ezbake oven.

>>521852

it'll be aluminum, not that it matters, the frame isn't under a lot of stress. you're not going to cut frame steel on a router.

if you think 7075 aluminum isn't enough for a pistol frame you are the nogunz.


a51c3c No.521860

did they ever sell these?


5fa03e No.521967

Now that they actually have them in stock I am considering getting one. The preorder with money down thing kept me away before.


799d33 No.521992

>>521855

Feeds and speeds, retard.. it's possible, and if it's not possible it should be.

>>521857

Aluminum framed 1911s break (cracking) feggit. Hell, steel frames crack.


1b535e No.522033

>>521409

they're suppose to care about independence and liberty yet they're using a fucking macbook? ironic, and questionable.

>hurr you're stupid

sure thing faggot. better make sure they still don't archive the people they sell to, ATF would love to add to the database.


8e4dae No.522034

Someone explain to me why anyone would buy one of these as opposed to a Tiag, Grizzly, Sherline, or any other 'real' desktop CNC mill.


e16444 No.522035

>>522034

You build a lot of ARs and you got buddies who build a lot of ARs.


6806f8 No.522037

>>521992

>feeds and speeds

so you're going to make a frame out of mild steel, less hard than 7075T6 they're using.

there are quite a few production aluminum frame 1911s out there. i'd attribute cracking to an improper heat treat or bad forging rather than the material - the same reason steel frames crack.

I kinda want to get a 7075 frame and do a 9mm build now.

https://1911builders.com/collections/all

>>522034

entry market item, like to 3dprinting babbies


8536dc No.522085

So can you just plug in any CAD program, press the go button, and the CNC machine will turn a block of aluminum (or 80% receiver) into the gun you want, or is it more complicated than that?


6f7495 No.522096

File: 8053a4cedb44797⋯.jpg (95.5 KB, 1180x664, 295:166, 8053a4cedb44797bc18aec8c5e….jpg)

Just found out that 80% lowers were banned here because you can turn them into full auto salt rifles. Kill me, Pete.


eee129 No.522538

>>522096

Start a business making 79% lowers, then.


b41c65 No.522539

>>522538

or start selling decorative yet expensive paperweights like those guys who used to sell bottle openers that couldn't open a bottle for shit at gun shows


6f7495 No.522572

File: eb7c5efa9b33358⋯.jpg (27.08 KB, 425x638, 425:638, 3c9f6dddd518855c476c001987….jpg)

>>522538

>>522539

The law states that it's a prohibited device in ANY STAGE of the manufacturing process.

This means if the RCMP wants to fuck you over any brick of metal could be interpreted as an illegal firearm.


cbcab6 No.523342

>>522572

Fuck, lowers can be made out of aluminium cans. If you drink any significant amount of beer, you're technically violating the law!


8386e9 No.523657

File: 5896598e4877291⋯.gif (198.38 KB, 800x462, 400:231, 140362_78762b561fb88a9b4ee….gif)

File: 7e79d02b6a149a3⋯.jpg (206.18 KB, 903x903, 1:1, stainless-steel-credit-car….jpg)

My plan:

>start with bolt-together AR15 lower (pic related)

>machine extra holes and slots to make them into multitools (other pic related)

>sell "keychain multitools" (each sold separately)

>collect them all!

>use your gun to build a gun

>profit




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