Snapshot of Donald Trump, Jr. with belt buckle revolver triggers gun control advocates (PHOTOS)
By Chris Eger
“Had fun getting a bit dirty today… also I got to bust out the coolest belt ever,” wrote Trump. (Photo: Instagram)
The President’s son set off grumbles this week after posting on social media while wearing a groovy belt buckle.
Donald Trump, Jr. over the weekend posted a photo on Instagram while in Catskill, New York posing in dirty work canvas pants, hiking boots and a KUIU hunting tee, but the key accessory was his belt, which was closed with a Freedom Arms buckle complete with its matching .22 mini-revolver.
“Had fun getting a bit dirty today… also I got to bust out the coolest belt ever,” wrote Trump, an avid hunter, and Second Amendment advocate. “Taking open carry to a whole new level!”
Located in Freedom, Wyoming, FA started selling a line of .22LR and .22WMR chambered single-action revolvers with a 1-inch barrel in 1983. Included with the line were buckle/revolver combos that retailed back then for about $200. Today, they go a bit more with collectors, typically about $500-ish depending on condition.
While news outlets suggested the junior Trump may have been on his 171-acre property in New York and free to carry whatever he wanted to on private property, women’s magazine Bustle