Which 80% lowers does the GG2 utilize?
GG2 can machine any mil-spec AR-15 or DPMS 308 lower receiver with a pre-milled rear take down well. It also accepts 1911 single stack government and Polymer80 specter frames.
What end mills does the GG2 utilize?
Ghost Gunner uses industry standard ER-11 collets, and ships with both 1/4″ and 5/32″ collets.
What is included with my GG2?
Ghost Gunner CNC, 6’ USB A-B cable, 6’ NEMA 5-15/IEC C13 three prong power cable, DD USB drive, 17mm wrench, 12mm wrench, 4mm ER11 collet (4 mm ~= 5/32”), 1/4” ER11 collet, 1/4” V31620S end mill, 5/32” 3.125”OAL drill., 3mm ball-end allen wrench, ER11 collet nut, Grip bolt, M4 T slot nuts (x3).
What else do I need to purchase to finish my firearm?
You will need to provide the lower receiver and purchase the compatible jig for your receiver, which is sold seperately by Freedom Uncompromised.
Is manufacturing a personal firearm legal?
In general, yes. Semi-automatic firearms, including the AR-15 lower receivers, are generally legal to manufacture for private individuals under federal law. However, some states/municipalities restrict either the manufacture of certain firearms, or, more recently, the personal manufacture of a firearm with a 3D printer and/or CNC machine.
*Additional FAQs can be found at https://www.ghostgunner.net/pages/faq.