Firearm-Friendly Alternatives to Anti-Gun Websites


Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and nearly every other website modify user agreements often, usually expanding the list of “prohibited” activities/items. Self-defense and the Second Amendment are some of today’s fashionable and popular targets, and both are much easier to hit with headline-grabbing accuracy than Russian, North Korean or Chinese trolls.

Lack of alternatives is a convenient excuse, but that’s quickly changing. Alternatives are gaining traction on several fronts.

ShootingIllustrated.com is the place for staying abreast of the latest developments and access to robust gear and tactics reviews, but there are a number of other sites that more closely fit the definition of social media. Firearmsfriendly.com, created by veteran website builder Randy Miller, is one. About the time Craigslist started to ban firearm ads, he created patriotslist.com to host gun and gear classifieds, although other companies like ArmsList and GunBroker gained national prominence. 

“Firearmsfriendly.com evolved from another simple directory like PatriotsList into a full-fledged social network as it is today,” Miller said. “It has groups, chat, images, private messaging, links directory and a no algorithm—what you want is what you get—news feed.” Although membership is small compared to even Facebook’s recently hacked millions, it’s growing fast and you can even “friend” like-minded enthusiasts to stay up-to-date with their latest.

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