Gun Guys Are Taking Their Clips To Pornhub As YouTube Bans Some Types Of Firearms Videos

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Now you can watch two types of guns go off on Pornhub.

According to NPR, “YouTube will ban videos that offer instructions on how to make firearms and accessories such as silencers and bump stocks” on their website next month, so gun enthusiasts and owners of gun channels currently running on YouTube have gone elsewhere to upload their clips.

The new site for gun freaks? You guessed it – Pornhub.

“While we’ve long prohibited the sale of firearms,” a spokesperson for YouTube said in a statement, “we recently notified creators of updates we will be making around content promoting the sale or manufacture of firearms and their accessories, specifically, items like ammunition, gatling triggers, and drop-in auto sears.”

That means channels such as InRangeTV are going to have to cram their videos in between two college coeds scissoring each other and cougars in heat if they still want people to see them. There are currently five videos uploaded by InRangeTV to Pornhub, but that’s a far cry from the 144,000 subscribers they have on YouTube.

Obviously, the crew at InRangeTV isn’t very happy about YouTube’s policy changes, and they took to Facebook to express their frustration.

The good news for InRangeTV is that as long as they keep revenge porn off their channel, they shouldn’t have to worry about Pornhub banning their videos. That along with blackmail, intimidation, and copyright infringement are the only things Pornhub will ban your video over at the moment, although you could make the argument that a bump stock is quite intimidating.