The shooting at Orlando's Pulse nightclub had a number of effects on the rest of the world, including a spike in gun sales.
But it wasn't only guns.
Defense Distributed makes a kit that allows anybody with $1,500 to manufacture the lower receiver of an AR-15, the part of the gun with the trigger and magazine. And they can do this without having to register the weapon with the Federal Government.
Sales of the Ghost Gunner kit almost doubled the day after the killings in Orlando, and had nearly tripled just two days later.
Cody Wilson is the founder of Managing Director of Defense Distributed and my guest on today's Ross File Podcast.