Arming Americans The Way The Founding Fathers Intended; Without Infringement

Under U.S. federal law, the creation and possession of firearms for non-commercial purposes has always been legal. In contrast, firearms for sale or distribution require a federal license for their manufacture, and must bear unique serial numbers. A firearm receiver, which under US law is most often the part legally considered to be a “firearm,” can be completed from raw material, an “unfinished receiver,” or a so-called “80% receiver,” the last of these being a non-legal term the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, or ATF, does not recognize. Unfinished receivers are sold without the requirement of federal or state background checks. Finishing work on these receivers may be performed with machine tools, the common drill press, or hand-held tools, drill bits, stencils, and jigs to aid the process, but proficiency with tools is usually required.

We are not attorneys, nor can we advise you on the legalities of building your own firearm. In addition to our terms of service you are fully aware of your state and federal laws and take full responsibility in buying and/or building home built firearms with parts purchased from us.

Unidentifiable home built firearms have been around and critical to the founding of the United States of America. During the revolutionary war, armorers would build unidentifiable firearms to prevent the crown from identifying the origins of the firearms.

Unknown firearms are not only important to privacy, they are essential to a nation of free men.

We seek to arm Americans with unidentifiable firearms build kits, ghost guns and gear, purchased using the most common anonymous currency; a crypto currency blockchain technology called Bitcoin.

No data is retained, information is purged from our system nightly, we welcome you to the Boogaloo.