With the "Guns in America" countdown clock ticking in the background, gun store owner Mark Limoges appeared on CNN for an interview to show off a replica of the special AR-15 he gave to Donald Trump.
That's a unique campaign donation, don't you think?
Limoges explained to CNN that the gun he gave Trump comes with special logos and the store's name impressed on the gun. Of course, he also needed the gun to illustrate how utterly special it was, so he cradled it for the entire interview.
“This is an exact replica of the gun we gave Mr. Trump,” he bragged. “It has our Black Ops Arms symbol on it with our Black Ops Arms symbol on the handrail. And the other side, we have the ‘Live Free or Die’ with the American flag on the handrail.”
Evidently Trump's Secret Service detail wasn't pleased about the gift, as Raw Story explains.
Limoges noted, however, that Trump’s Secret Service detail was concerned about the gift.
“We actually wanted Mr. Trump to come to our gun store, which the Secret Service was not real thrilled about,” he recalled. “A Secret Service agent came to the store, took the gun. We removed the bolt out of it. They took possession of the weapon and then presented it to us before we went into the room to present it to Mr. Trump.”
Limoges noted that the weapon would need to be modified to comply with New York’s assault weapons law before Trump could bring it home.
Home is where the gun is, I suppose.