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This Guy 3D Prints A Gun At Work And You Won’t Believe How Easy It Was

Wired shows that making a DIY gun isn't as complicated as you thought.

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Wired senior writer Andy Greenberg made a "ghost gun" in his office. A ghost gun as Greenberg describes it is an "untraceable, semiautomatic rifle with no serial number."

In fact the only things he needed to craft his gun were, "six hours, a 12-year-old’s understanding of computer software, an $80 chunk of aluminum, and a nearly featureless black 1-cubic-foot desktop milling machine called the Ghost Gunner."

To read the rest of Greenberg's story on how he crafted a rifle himself in detail, head over to Wired.

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