The assault rifle you can make at home: Inventor of 3D printed plastic gun reveals $1200 ‘ghost gunner’ milling machine
The controversial inventor behind the 3D printed gun has revealed his latest project – a $1200 milling machine to make untraceable rifles. Called the Ghost Gunner, the CNC mill can produce metal parts to built a rifle. The rifle does not have a serial number, and is therefore known as a ‘ghost’ gun. Defense Distributed’s previous creations have included 3-D printable plastic magazines and the Defender gun wrong brought it worldwide attention earlier this year.