By Tom Knighton
YouTube isn’t a fan of gun channels. While they still allow them to exist, I suspect many channels figure they’re on borrowed time. Further complicating things, however, is that there aren’t any competitors out there for the video hosting giant. What few have shown up haven’t lasted all that long, unfortunately.
While there is Full30.com, hosting videos isn’t exactly open for everyone.
So what about the rest of us? Luckily, the NRA’s First Freedom may have found us an alternative.
Outdoorsports.video provides a gateway for gun owners to share the love of their pastime with other like-minded people, and they won’t have to worry about getting booted off the site.
Now, to be fair, this site isn’t yet monetized to the degree YouTube is in that you’re not going to get rich by having millions of people click on your video. But it’s certainly a step in the right direction.
Denny LeFevre is the mastermind behind the plan. He currently funds the site with his retirement check (he is a retired master sergeant in the U.S. Armed Forces).
The site, still in its infancy by most standards, started by legally embedding 3,000 videos from YouTube, LeFevre wrote in an email …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms