Custom Ammo Company Engraves ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ on Bullet Casing
Fenix Ammunition, a bulk ammo supplier based in Novi, Mich., is printing “Lets Go Brandon” on specialized bullet casing for sale.
Fenix CEO Justin Nazaroff told the Metro Times that the bullets are made out of “previously fired brass cases” and cannot actually be fired. They are intended to be a novelty item sold by the patriotic ammo company.
“It’s a collectible trinket,” Nazaroff said.
“I’m not a humorless loser, and it’s not my responsibility to be concerned about the opinions of ignorant people who spend too much time reading the Metro Times, cowering in their homes, awaiting their fifth booster shot,” he added.
Big League Politics has reported on Nazaroff’s agitation on behalf of freedom, which has drawn the ire of local authorities:
“Over a week ago, Big League Politics profiled a Novi, Mich.-based ammunition store owner who went viral for opposing mask mandates and posting a notice that individuals wearing masks could not go into his store.
Big League Politics has obtained emails indicating that Democrat public officials went to the county’s homeland security official and city law enforcement in an attempt to get store owner Justin Nazaroff in potential legal trouble due to his political stances.
Democrat County Commissioner Gwen Markham reported Nazaroff to homeland security because of the sign placed in his ammunition store. In the emails obtained by Big League Politics, it appears that several top Democrats conspired to have Nazaroff profiled and harassed for exercising his constitutional rights.
“I wanted to bring attention to a Novi small business that is making people nervous out here,” Markham wrote to Thomas Glenn Hardesty, the homeland security officer for Oakland County, and Novi Police Chief David Molloy.
Markham noted that she had been monitoring Nazaroff’s social media activity and wanted him profiled by law enforcement because of political speech she opposes.
“Justin Nazaroff makes his presence known online, and sometimes shows up at events with open carry “just because I can”. He likes intimidating people,” Markham wrote. “He has a Twitter @FenixAmmunition that has been pretty hostile and active lately.”
In his response to the email, Hardesty noted that the Democrat Oakland County executive’s office also reached out to complain about Nazaroff’s beliefs. Bill Mullan, Media and Communications Officer for Oakland County Executive David Coulter, also alerted homeland security about Nazaroff’s pro-gun and anti-mask advocacy.
As a result of these Democrat public officials conspiring against Nazaroff, Chief Molloy sent his officers to Fenix Ammunition in order to confront him at his place of business. They reported that Nazaroff was not barring people with masks from entering the store, which apparently would be against the law.
“Upon the officer and sergeant’s arrival, they noticed a customer inside the lobby wearing a mask. There was a note on the front door advising customers about wearing a mask. The sign did have Justin’s person thoughts about mask wearing, but it never said, not to wear a mask. They also noticed markings on the floor indicating proper social distancing and there was hand sanitizer on the counters,” Chief Molloy noted in his email response to Markham.
Molloy noted that his officers visited Fenix Ammo “after receiving a formal complaint from a community member,” showing how snitches are laying in wait to report all noncompliance with COVID-19 lockdown overreach. He did not appear to find anything wrong with how Nazaroff was operating his business.
However, Molloy noted that he sent his findings to “the Oakland County Prosecutor, the County Health Division, and the Attorney General’s Office for review.” So, these agencies, mostly dominated by far-left Democrats, could choose to levy a reprisal against Nazaroff for his refusal to submit to mask tyranny.”
The “Lets Go Brandon” novelty ammo can be bought at FenixAmmo.com.