Published on Feb 5, 2018
Cody Wilson’s Ghost Gunner milling machine and 3D printed firearms are destroying the concept of gun control.
Chances are BATFE , ATF,&FBI are already hooked into this guy’s order network
And can see exactly who’s purchased any of this companies equipment
So it, and it’s owner are not truly off their radar
Chances are , maybe even more on their list for visits
Thinking that they would ever play fair , will be someone’s first mistake
I was also told that the motors in this thing lack a little to be desired
Yeah, I pretty much assume there’s no privacy with anything online. But I still think this is an awesome effort and it’s great to see creative and innovative ideas actually being brought to this point of production. It’s like the new “making wine in the basement” phenomenon. I bet it will catch and keep improving as it goes.
” this is an awesome effort and it’s great to see creative and innovative ideas actually being brought to this point of production.”
I wonder if he will do a cash deal , hand shake
leave names and such out of the deal?
than I might be interested
One to watch.
That machine is for people that have more money than brains. For the same price of one of those little toyish machines, you can build yourself an actual cnc mill and be able to make more than just 80%s. What do the people that own those machines plan to do when 80%s are no longer available?
A cnc router is much better and cheaper than that little machine. Heck, a cheap 3d printer with a dremel attached can do the same.
gotta link for cnc???
Sometimes, as time passes, someone comes out with an affordable model of whatever. This looks like something that can’t be held back.
As for the mill, take your pick of harbor freight, grizzly, ebay and craigslist. Whatever size and price suits you.
If you intend to build a cnc router, I would recommend you use a spindle instead of a wood router.
Gotta love ghost guns.
At least that’s ONE thing I know those commie jewb#tches are losing sleep over!
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