NRA launches web series for millennials with Colion Noir

By KTTH | May 15, 2014

The National Rifle Association has launched a new web series aimed at millennial gun enthusiasts, which covers new trends in gun styles and pop culture, plus political news about gun rights.

The web “Noir” is hosted by urban gun enthusiast Colion Noir, and airs every Sunday on the NRA Freestyle channel.

“Who says you can’t like guns just because they’re cool? Welcome to NRA Freestyle, where adventure, style, culture, and firearms collide,” reads the Freestyle channel tagline on the NRA website.

Colion Noir, a Texas native, is well known in gun circles. He has a loyal following on YouTube with 220,000 subscribers, and hundreds of thousands more followers on Twitter and Facebook. Noir’s co-host on the show is Amy Robbins, who represents the interests of female gun enthusiasts.

In the first episode, Noir and Robbins take on politics – criticizing Attorney General Eric Holder on the new “smart gun” craze, and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun attacks – but also talk about the style of guns. Noir wonders, for example, why when he buys a $5,000 rifle, he has to carry the thing home in an ordinary cardboard box.

“Noir” with Colion Noir airs Sundays at 8 p.m. EST on the NRA Freestyle channel at

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