Baltimore City settled a lawsuit with the nation's largest manufacturer of ghost guns.

The mayor's office released a statement Wednesday morning stating that the city reached a $1.2 million settlement over its 2022 lawsuit against Polymer80 that accused the company of marketing "build your own" gun kits to minors, criminals, gun traffickers and others who need to circumvent background checks.

The city said the settlement will prohibit the company from advertising and selling ghost guns, which are untraceable firearms, in Maryland.

Additionally, the settlement bans dealers in nearby states from selling ghost guns to Maryland residents and ceases all customer support in Maryland. The company must also provide quarterly reports to the city that documents all sales of ghost guns in neighboring states.... Read More: WBAL TV