n the Season 4 finale of NOIR, "Gun Owners, Unite," Colion tackles the fractured gun community and the need for a unified front against the anti-gun agenda. As the season comes to a close, Colion reflects on the conversations he had and the minds he changed, and discusses what it means to identify as a gun owner with Farran, Kandace, Richard Ryan and the town hall participants. Then, Colion does what he does best—runs and guns out on the range simply for the sake of shooting.
Taking Back the Narrative for a New Generation of Gun Enthusiasts Guns aren’t political. They're the symbolic representation of your right to live. It should scare all of us that we live in a country where something so critical is a taboo topic. I'm tired of the political correctness and dishonesty that have become so common in any conversation about guns. If we can't get past our own discomfort and talk about our freedom, we’re doomed to lose it. On NOIR, I’m doing my part: challenging everyone, whether you're pro, anti or indifferent, to push past the politics and talk about this freedom on real terms.
And of course, it wouldn't be my show if I wasn't shooting some damn cool guns in the process.
Thanks to his blunt and hilarious rants, Colion Noir has become one of the leading voices for young gun enthusiasts. And you have to admit, he makes a lot of sense. So we gave him his own show. Join Colion and co-host Amy Robbins for the latest on firearms, fashion, pop culture and other hot topics.