What is a Ghost Gunner machine?

What is a Ghost Gunner machine?

The Ghost Gunner is a small CNC machine, generally designed for the automated finishing of 80% firearms receivers. The AR-15, AR-10, Glock and 1911 all have their variants available as online code, easily downloadable to your personal Ghost Gunner.

How does a 5 axis CNC machine work?

5-axis machines rely on a tool that moves in five different directions — X, Y, and Z, as well as A and B, around which the tool rotates. Using a 5-axis CNC machine lets operators approach a part from all directions in a single operation, eliminating the need to manually reposition the workpiece between operations.

What can the Ghost Gunner 3 do?

Build milspec AR receivers today from a raw block of metal. Welcome to the age of zero. The Ghost Gunner 3 Zero Percent kit allows you to mill a complete, mil-spec and unregistered AR-15 receiver from an unformed block of aluminum – from 0%.

How much does a Ghost Gunner CNC machine cost?

The full price of the unit is $2,500.00 (before shipping), and your deposit goes toward that total price. When you are emailed to complete the order closer to your ship date, we do have a layaway option available in lieu of paying in full.

Who makes Ghost Gunner?

Cody Wilson
Ghost Gunner is an American desktop CNC mill and manufacturing concern in Austin, Texas. It was launched in October 2014 by Cody Wilson and the founders of Defense Distributed.

What is 80 percent lower receiver?

80% lowers such as 80% AR-15 Lower Receivers are items that have not yet reached a stage of manufacture to be considered a firearm. The term “80%” is actually just industry slang and not something endorsed/used by the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, & Firearms).

Is CNC legal?

Under federal law, it is allowed to manufacture your own firearm (even with a CNC mill), but it is not allowed to do so for others without proper licensing.

What is CNC machining?

CNC stands for Computerized Numerical Control. CNC machining controls a range of complex machinery, such as grinders, lathes, and turning mills, all of which are used to cut, shape, and create different parts and prototypes.

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