Facebook ban on firearms advertising is easy to get around: 2nd Amendment
Facebook's biggest social network has screwed up again. Having created impossible conditions for advertisers, they vainly hoped that now any advertisement would not appear on their site, but the Murf’s Guns weapons store was creative in its approach to this problem.
A funny promotional video promoting firearms has spread across the net. The funny thing is that it does not contain a single mention or image of a weapon, but the strong presentation and context still helped the store owner put him on Facebook.
This advertisement not only ridiculed all the rules that the management of the social network carefully thought out, but also turned the entire Zuckerberg anti-weapons campaign into complete nonsense.
The owner of a store located in Oklahoma did not wait for approval or permission from the Facebook marketing department and independently engaged in self-censorship, which made his video even more provocative and funny.
According to the official rules of the site, it is forbidden to advertise any firearms, ammunition or accessories to them.