Fox bans firearms, ammunition, knife advertisements from its coverage of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) events.

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) — the trade association…

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) — the trade association for the firearms, ammunition, hunting and shooting sports industry — has learned that FOX Sports Media Group has banned advertisements featuring firearms and ammunition from its coverage of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) events.

While the UFC has yet to make an official announcement, NSSF has confirmed that “absolutely no firearms, ammo, hunting or knife companies will be permitted as sponsors in any Zuffa-promoted events.”

NSSF is encouraging all gun owners, sportsmen and firearms enthusiasts to contact FOX today and urge them to rescind this anti-gun corporate policy. FOX’s decision to ban advertisements for lawful products owned by more than 80 million Americans is nothing more than corporate gun control. We expect better from FOX. So should you.

Make sure your voice is heard. Here’s how to contact FOX:

Corporate Headquarters FSN
10201 W. Pico, Bld. 103
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Phone: 310-369-1000

Source: Larry Keane for National Shooting Sports Foundation

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  • Taylor

    yeah why not ban alcoholic beverage ads instead of firearm ads? way more people are killed by drunks than guns but we don’t hear politicians and corporations talking about “alcohol control” the entire gun control agenda is a load of crap created by politicians to disarm honest citizens

  • Danny

    You can bet they won’t stop the beer commercials. There are more people killed in this country every year from drunk drivers than firearms.

  • Matt in Oklahoma

    That makes no sense whatsoever!
    I will send this out and contact them myself as well.