InRange TV Is Now Posting its Firearm Content On an Adult Website

 - Mar 27, 2018
References: bbc & cnet
Facing crackdowns from YouTube, InRange TV has decided to leave the popular video sharing site and has moved over to an equally popular adult content site. This move was spurned by YouTube's new policies regarding gun videos that now ban any videos that demonstrate how to assemble guns or attempt to sell certain gun-relate accessories. These changes were initiated after a string of tragic school shootings, but the initiative has already drawn the ire of many firearm-related channels.

The InRange TV move to an adult streaming service is perhaps the strangest response to YouTube's policy changes, but the channel has spoken out about the change in platform. According to InRange TV "YouTube's newly released vague and one-sided firearms policy makes it abundantly clear that YouTube cannot be counted upon." The channel then defended its move to the adult website claiming the new platform has had a proactive voice in the online community and operates a robust and resilient platform.