The Modern Musket (VIDEO)

Primary Weapon Systems put together this damn pretty video to get out the Modern Musket message. That these guns are not special, they are not luxury goods, they aren’t the tools of evil-doers. They’re our guns, the people’s guns and we have every right to own them.

“The primary goal of Modern Musket is to help change mainstream attitudes and perceptions of modern rifles while popularizing and solidifying a very simple philosophy. Once this philosophy is fully understood, if someone chooses to disagree, they either refuse to accept and understand the Second Amendment itself, or they simply wish it were abolished all together.”

By the way, for you purists out there, Primary Weapon System now makes direct impingement rifles.

For more haunting, beautiful, informative and hilarious videos hit up the PWS YouTube channel. They’ve got plenty more where that came from.

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