The controversial family at the centre of Duck Dynasty has now released their own gun line.
It’s only been a few days since A&E reinstated Phil Robertson and his clan following his remarks about gay people and women, and there’s already another controversial move.
The family says they are releasing their own line of Duck Commander brand firearms.
Gunmaker Mossberg has teamed up with the family to create nine shotguns, a semiautomatic pistol and two semiautomatic rifles.
The guns come in waterfowl camouflage and feature an engraved Duck Commander logo. All of the guns also come with an American flag bandana.
In one ad for the product, Robertson narrates as he and his clan walk about the bayou in camouflage, holding guns that bear the motto: "Faith. Family. Duck."
Robertson talks about how all men are created equal, quickly moving towards the rights each man has been endowed.
“Those are right that no government can take from you: To live. Be free and pursue happiness. And you know what makes me happy, ladies and gentlemen, to blow a mallard drake’s head smooth off.”
The products are the latest addition to a line that has sold more than $400 million worth of merchandise in the past two years.
The program, which is the most watched reality TV show in terms of ratings, came under fire after its patriarch Phil Robertson made controversial remarks about gay immorality.
A&E had decided to drop Robertson from the show after his remarks widely slammed by groups including GLAAD, the gay rights watchdog organization.
However, a petition with more than 250,000 signatures soon emerged and supporters like former Alaska gov. Sarah Palin complained it was an infringement of free speech.
A&E maintains Robertson’s views are not those of the channel, adding the show is not just about his views but also about family.