Today, Defense Distributed announced the availability of it’s latest set of DIY gun building tools compatible with it’s Ghost Gunner 3 series of mini computer-controlled mills. The Defense Distributed G0 is a pistol chassis you make from a block of steel using the Ghost Gunner 3-S CNC mill and the provided DDCut code. The chassis slips into a G0 grip module, that can be 3D printed for free or bought from DD, and is finished with Glock Gen3 components. The result is a chassis version of a Gen3 Glock 19 that is made from a simple billet of steel, making it a “0%” build and free of any legal stigma that comes from building an 80% firearm.
From Defense Distributed:
What is the G0? The G0 is a 9mm G19 Gen 3-style zero percent pistol in which all regulated firearm parts can be fabricated by you, in the privacy of your own home. It is the best zero percent pistol available.
The G0 chassis is milled from a metal block on the Ghost Gunner 3 CNC mill. Customers perform the milling procedure by following the simple step-by-step instructions provided in the G0 Ghost Gunner cutcode. Once milled, the chassis is next assembled with a standard G19 Gen3 lower parts kit, and then is installed into a G0 grip module, which can be printed on a 3D printer or purchased separately. Grip module models have been released for free download at DEFCAD.com, and can be customized to suit your needs and tastes. To complete the pistol, a 9mm G19 Gen3 slide assembly is installed.
G0 is the only metal zero percent pistol available on the market, and its one-piece metal design makes it stronger, more reliable, and easier to build than all other DIY pistol designs. We believe you will find the G0 to be an excellent firearm, and a fantastic way to exercise your freedom to build your own guns.