NRA Freestyle | NOIR Episode 2: “Colorways & Gun Culture”

NRA Freestyle | NOIR Episode 2: “Colorways & Gun Culture”
NRA Freestyle | NOIR Episode 2: “Colorways & Gun Culture”
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FAIRFAX, Va. –-(Ammoland.com)- On this episode of NOIR, Colion and Amy address some criticism the show's first episode received from the mainstream media and discuss the ideal experience when shopping for a gun.

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Ivan

NOIR??—–I’ve given my last $$$ to the NRA.

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Russell Phagan

I’ve been thinking about this throughout the day as to why the shopping experience the hosts want largely doesn’t exist in the gun world. Gun stores themselves are artificially protected from fully being driven out by internet sales because of licensing requirements and the requirements for buyers to fill 4473s and pass background checks. Without that you’d be left with Walmart and the high end county club style stores, and all the middle of the road guys would die off. Online sales would replace the majority of gun shops if they could. Customization isn’t for manufacturers, it’s impractical to add… Read more »

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Russell Phagan

The biggest problem with the gun industry isn’t the packaging or atmosphere of gun shops.

It’s that it is populated with sales people, managers, and executives that are ignorant of how firearms are actually used, ignorant of firearms culture and values. They’re not selling products with a function; they’re selling lines on a spread sheet with certain profit margins. Businesses that are run by real shooters make and sell better products.