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A ghost gun is a firearm without serial numbers. The term is used by gun control advocates, gun rights advocates, law enforcement, and some in the firearm industry. By making the gun themselves, owners may legally bypass background checks and registration regulations. Some ghost guns become part of the illicit firearms trade. Under U.S. federal law, the creation and possession of ghost guns is permitted, but a license is required to manufacture firearms for sale or distribution.
I've read or listened to at least three different reports on this story by different media outlets. It's interesting that they all emphasize the "ghost guns" aspect without ever making it clear that "ghost guns" are generally legal under federal law and most (but not all) states' laws. The perp...
A friend and I were talking last night and a discussion came up about ghost guns. I am in the process of finishing a Poly80 G19 and G43, respectively. I carry a registered XDS or XDMod 2 on a daily basis for my concealed carry but was thinking of carrying the G43 when complete.
I remember seeing...