Ghost Gunner "3D Gun Printer": Cody Wilson and James Reeves Interview

James Reeves
by James Reeves

In this episode of TFBTV, James interviews Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed and Ghost Gunner to talk to him about the new Ghost Gunner 2 milling machine (erroneously but commonly referred to as a “3D Printer). The GG2 allows the user to mill out 80% receivers for the AR10 and AR15, 1911, Glock, and more.

According to Ghost Gunner, the GG2 is:

“Ghost Gunner is a general purpose CNC mill built upon the Ardunio micro-controller.

GG2 takes it name from its second-generation, custom motion-control board, which allows it to operate as a standard CNC machine. GG2 accepts g-code from most CAM post-processors.

GG2 unibody spindles are of stainless steel construction with the ER-11 collet system integrated in the shaft. They have increased radial rigidity, precision bearing diameters, and a 10x reduced initial runout specification.”

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James Reeves
James Reeves

Owner, Neutral Ground Gun Co. NRA/Louisiana State Police certified concealed weapons instructor, 2012-present Maxim Magazine's MAXIMum Warrior, 2011 TFBTV Executive Producer Champion, Key West Cinco De Mayo Taco Eating Competition Lawyer Instagram: gunshorts Twitter: @jjreeves

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  • N0truscotsman N0truscotsman on Aug 08, 2018

    Luty, the original 'ghost gunner'

    Its funny how the media is collectively soiling their pants over 3D printed guns when materials acquired from hardware stores can be used to make *better, more effective* firearms.

  • La Bicicleta La Bicicleta on Aug 10, 2018

    can someone please came out with metalstorm 3d printed version.