GHOSTGUNS.COM – 80% Fire Control Group For The P320

GHOSTGUNS.COM – 80% Fire Control Group For The P320

GHOSTGUNS.COM – 80% Fire Control Group For The P320

Innovation moves fast these days. As the popularity of Sig Sauer’s new P320 spikes on news of it being selected as the modular pistol contract winner for the U.S. Army (and most likely the other branches) spreads, civilian intrests have spiked. Of course, the primary feature of the the P320 is the fact that a small group of metal parts, the Fire Control Group (FCG) is the serialized firearm as opposed to the polymer frame like a Glock or S&W M&P. The benefit is that frames are interchangeable and not controlled by American gun regulations. is in the process of developing an 80% FCG that will allow buyers to build their own P320 compatible clones by drilling/milling a few pin holes and trigger sections. The entire process should be achievable with someone with average skills and tools.

Although I have yet to build any 80% products into firearms, I love this type innovation. I may have to give it a shot upon release. Sign up on the Ghost Guns website for updates.


P320 Compatible 80% Percent Frame Insert from Ghost Guns. A sneak peak at our universal pistol insert that’s compatible with the SIG P320 firearms platform. Making this the much awaited 80% P320 compatible build platform.

P320 80% Fire Control Group

Fire Control Group

A Ghost Gun is a weapon manufactured at home from materials not considered firearms by our Government. It starts off with with a component that is pulled out of the manufacturing process before it’s 100% completed. In the case of an AR15 Rifle the component is called a lower receiver – and unfinished it’s commonly referred to as an 80% lower receiver.

Despite popular belief that the Federal Government can restrict all gun ownership, unconstitutional laws like the National Firearms Act of 1934 and the Gun Control Act of 1968 can only regulate the transfer and sale of weapons. And so, making a weapon on your own, without the intention of transferring it or selling it is not prohibited by Federal agencies such as the ATF, because such laws would be a direct assault on our right to bear arms as Free Americans under the constitution.


via The Firearm Blog

June 5, 2017 at 06:01AM


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