Ghost Guns: Loophole in Michigan Law Ushers in New Gun Manufacturing Trend
A loophole in Michigan law is ushering in a frightening new trend in gun manufacturing.
It’s called a ghost gun.
They’re made entirely of parts purchased separately from the internet.
Police say by building a gun piece by piece several steps are skipped, including important things like background checks.
The guns are virtually untraceable.
While it’s not technically illegal to build a ghost gun, it still has law enforcement across the state on edge.
Like any other firearm, ghost guns must be registered with the county once they’re put together.