Last Wednesday, the United States suffered from two mass shootings on both coasts. Republicans were targeted at a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia, resulting in injury to House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) among others. In San Francisco, California, a shooting at a UPS facility left 4 dead, including the shooter. More were injured.
Cody Wilson of Ghost Gunner talked to Chris Salcedo today about abuse of Second Amendment rights, ways to enjoy them as a law abiding citizen, and historically how much easier it was exercise them on “The Chris Salcedo Show” today.
Wilson has created a technology that legally allows people to manufacture their own gun at home to protect themselves in these terrifying situations. It utilizes plug and play software for your computer that directs a machine to manufacture mil-spec parts for the AR-15 and AR-308. They will soon create technology to build common and popular handguns.
He explained that before the commercial regulation of guns, the government didn’t know who owned a gun, nor what kind of gun or how many. He said this information is “not their business, and it's often inappropriate to insist that it is.”