Mr. Colion Noir Headed to NRA News (VIDEO)

Yeah, I get it. It’s about time, too, and a good move. Colion Noir is going to be part of the NRA News as the first in a series of special contributors.

The NRA, try as they might, has a certain … Bengay and cosmoline smell to it that doesn’t resonate with the modern shooter. Every time Wayne LaPierre says it’s the video games and the musical videos kids these days are exposed to, they’re flipping the bird to all of todays adults who grew up playing Mario and watching MTV.

He’s going to be putting together several episodes for them, so keep your eyes open for more on the NRA News channel, and of course Colion Noir’s own YouTube channel.

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