Just weeks after the Biden administration’s new rules cracking down on ghost guns took effect, firearms enthusiasts are finding ways around them.
Advocates are pushing FedEx to follow UPS and deny service to companies that sell parts and tools needed to make untraceable homemade guns.
UPS confirmed to VICE News that it has updated its shipping policy to comply with the Biden administration’s new rules on ghost guns.
Former National Guardsman Arrested for Allegedly Selling Ghost Guns Also Threatened to Shoot Up Jewish Schools, ‘Hunt’ Black People
"Discord messages revealed a large quantity of antisemitic, white nationalist, racist, and misogynistic content that is consistent with that of racially motivated violent extremist and incel violent extremist content."
VICE News contacted police agencies across the country and found that major cities—especially ones with strict gun laws—are suddenly flooded with unserialized firearms.
Anyone who wants to build a ghost gun will have little trouble acquiring the necessary parts, even after Biden’s rules go into effect.
Three men, who pleaded guilty Wednesday, planned to attack the country’s power grid in an attempt to incite a race war.
The men considered a “Plan B” and “Plan C” if the kidnapping didn’t work out, including storming the statehouse and holding televised executions of lawmakers.
Ghost guns are typically sold as kits online and marketed as 80% complete, but they evade federal regulation because they’re not classified as real firearms by the ATF.
The gun control advocacy group wants to know why ATF won’t crack down on the DIY gun kits that they used to regulate.
Wilson allegedly met the victim, a girl younger than 17, on SugarDaddyMeet.