Following Negative Publicity, YouTube Restores Brownells’ Channel

Early this morning, Brownells sent out a Tweet indicating that YouTube had restored their channel. YouTube has had gun owners very upset with them for months now. However, the national media attention drawn by banning Brownells probably caused YouTube and its parent company Google a little too much bad publicity. As we reported two days ago YouTube […]

YouTube Surprise: My Suppressed SBR Video is “Suitable for all Advertisers”

Over the last couple of years, it has become increasingly difficult to monetize a gun-related YouTube channel. Then, last month, YouTube further cracked down on gun channels with restrictive new policies. While not everyone has taken YouTube’s shifting policies well, the gun community is branching out and creating alternative video hosting solutions. So color me […]

InRange TV Posting Gun Videos on Pornhub

With Youtube censoring gun related content and shutting down popular gun-related channels content creators are turning to other platforms. Some people have already moved to the controversial platform VERO which we posted about here. A lot of content creators are already on Full30.com. Ian and Karl from Inrange TV are posting some videos to a […]

NSSF: YouTube’s New Policy Provides Cause for Concern

An email blast from the National Shooting Sports Foundation: You may see media coverage of the adoption by YouTube of a new firearms content policy that has the potential to affect our industry and your business.   YouTube’s announcement this week of a new firearms content policy is troubling.  We suspect it will be interpreted to […]

YouTube Accelerates Crackdown on Gun Publishers

YouTube began starving many gun-related publishers this summer. All gun-related content was initially restricted, requiring each publisher to request a review of each video after seven days. Following the resultant hue and cry, some of the more prominent content creators were excluded from the new censorship regimen. But YouTube’s community censorship guidelines are as clear […]

YouTube Begins Deleting Videos Featuring Bump Fire Stocks

Our friends at the Military Arms Channel have discovered that Google-owned YouTube (remember: don’t be evil) are memory holing anything to do with bump fire stocks. In case it’s too hard to make out from the screen grab above, here’s the first part of YouTube’s explanation of why a video titled ‘SSAK-47 Bump Fire Stock […]

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