While I was out at Finnish Brutality 2023 I had a chance to talk a lot with both Mike Burns (Bloke on the Range) as well as Ian McCollum (Forgotten Weapons). Both of these guys have a passion for bringing the history of weapons and other wartime machinery to life and sharing them with all of us in a palatable format. While both of their channels are quite successful, YouTube has always done its best to make sure that the lion’s share of any profit always goes to the corporation rather than the creator. Ian and Mike have started a brand new Gun-Centric Streaming Service called The History of Weapons and War. This is being done via a collaboration with seven other well-known historical firearm guntubers and their service will be available on tons of major streaming platforms like Apple TV, Roku, and a dedicated mobile application for your phone.
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“History of Weapons & War” A new Gun-Centric Streaming Services
Ian also hosted a live Q&A on Saturday the 16th of September to answer a bunch of questions put up by the Forgotten Weapons patrons. More detailed information can be found in the archived video below. The History of Weapons and War streaming service will be available for $9.99 a month where The Armourer’s Bench, Royal Armouries, Legacy Collectibles, British Muzzleloaders, Cap & Ball, Bloke on the Range, and Forgotten Weapons will all be posting videos not seen on their normal YouTube channels. If you’d like to check this new streaming service out, you can do so using the link here: https://www.weaponsandwar.tv/browse. Be sure to keep track of the Forgotten Weapons YouTube channel for more developments on this new streaming service.
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