Gun Trader AR15 Military Tactical Youtube Gun Video Site Launched

gun videos, a new video sharing network setup for firearm enthusiasts, hopes to take take advantage of Youtube's anti-gun rules and stance.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2018 / — is new free and virtually uncensored gun videos sharing website for all firearm enthusiasts. Users can upload videos, share from networks such as Youtube, comments, like or build their own channel. In the near future, users will be able to even make money on their content from advertisers.

For years gun enthusiasts have warned users of Youtube that most Silicone Valley companies were anti-gun. Up till recently the same companies allow people for years to post uncensored firearm content and make millions from advertisers.

However YouTube, a popular media site for firearms enthusiasts, recently introduced tighter restrictions on videos involving weapons, becoming the latest battleground in the U.S. gun-control debate.

YouTube will ban videos that promote or link to websites selling firearms and accessories, including bump stocks, which allow a semi-automatic rifle to fire faster. Additionally, YouTube said it will prohibit videos with instructions on how to assemble firearms. The video site, owned by Alphabet Inc.’s Google, has faced intense criticism for hosting videos about guns, bombs and other deadly weapons.

Users are now getting their content removed or deleted. Some of the content is pro-Second Amendment discussions that don't feature any of the "prohibited" material mentioned in the "new" Youtube policy. Companies in America have a right to free speech, but it works both ways.

Examples of some of the videos on include:

Rapid manual trigger manipulation (Rubber Band Assisted)

How a Navy SEAL Sets up his AR | Tactical Rifleman

Kel-Tec KSG-25 – 12 Gage Holds 40rds!!!!!

The Kel-Tec KSG-25 is making a lot of waves more specifically for its carrying capacity: 40+1 rounds! That’s almost hard to believe, but Kel-Tec proudly showed off the capacity at SHOT Show 2017. Plenty of eager participants had a chance to get their hands on this one, and yes, a person can unload a full box of 12-gauge ammunition into this one.

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Source: EIN Presswire