Nutnfancy

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"Nutnfancy" is the nom de plume for an unidentified firearms video blogger and gun enthusiast. He claims to be a conservative Christian patriot veteran Air Force pilot and former Lieutenant Colonel. Lieutenant Colonel Nutnfancy is one of the top YouTube video gun bloggers with over 176,448,487 views, 1,517 videos uploaded and 514,504 subscribers as of February 9, 2015.[1]

His critics question his expertise and the basis for the opinions that he expresses in his videos.

Nutnfancy in His Own Words

Nutnfancy's YouTube About Page states:

Welcome to the original Gear Adventure Channel, the FIRST of its kind in the world. It has 1000s of emulators both in YouTube, online, TV, and in print media. Established in 2006, The Nutnfancy Project is ongoing work that serves adventurers, military members, contractors, law enforcement personnel, outdoorsman, and responsible, good civilians. Hundreds of videos exist already that cover system enhancing gear items like guns, knives, multi-tools, backpacks, clothing, dog gear, flashlights, tactical gear, and much more. Vids are organized into playlists. While the gear is core to TNP, the Project goes much deeper. Many Philosophy and Political videos abound here, encouraging service, kindness, service to community, and defense of freedom. Adventure videos and lifestyle show these values, a love of life, sense of humor, and an investment of one's time. The world of TNP is your new online home...welcome! [TNP, 10322 S. Redwood Rd, PMB 038, South Jordan, UT, 84095][1]

Military service

As an American patriot, Nutnfancy served from 1992 to 2012 in the United States Air Force and Utah Air National Guard retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel.[2] Joining the ROTC as a teenager, Nutnfancy said his motivation to join the United States Air Force was threefold:[2]

  1. To be able to save lives as an "A10 guy".
  2. To be able to affect the battle field results on a large scale (e.g. maximum battle field damage) which meant being a pilot.
  3. To be able to leave the military with marketable skills, such as being a pilot.
  4. To be able to have a family early on yet serve in the military, which meant the Air Force was the best choice.

His father was also an Air Force pilot as well flying T-38 Talon, T-38, F-100, and OB-10.[2]

On YouTube and other social media, Nutnfancy hid his actual Air Force experience for years because he was in an active deployment in the Middle East and wisely did not want to post his personal details given the risk from terrorists who continues to target U.S. military via social media.[2]

Advocacy positions

Nutnfancy states that "These are time critical in nature. We will work as a unified team in TNP to protect liberty, protect good, protect the American way of life. We use the political process and demonstrations to do this. We speak boldly, honestly, without fear."[3]

Some of the Call to Action Videos topics include:

  • "Assault Weapons Ban Looms" - 20 minutes
  • Even to Arms: Sheriffs Refuse Gun Laws - 43 minutes
  • Universal background checks: The REAL Meaning - 26 minutes
  • Colorado Magazine bans, Gun Registration Looms - 11 minutes
  • San Diego Threatens Tactical Store with Jail Time for AR-15 Sign - 44 minutes
  • AT WHAT COST: Police Roadblocks, Speed Traps in America?! - 50 minutes
  • Don't Be Fooled, AWB Can Pass! - 27 minutes
  • Nutnfancy Rally Speech at Utah Capital: Official Version! - 17 minutes
  • WalMart Campaign - 10 minutes

Quotes from Nutnfancy

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Official Nutnfancy Channel About on YouTube Accessed April 4, 2016
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Air Force Stories" Pt 1 by Nutnfancy Uploaded on Jan 11, 2012. "How did I end up as a USAF pilot? Believe it or not it has to do with battlefield damage mostly! In this Part 1 I used some "war stories" to highlight lessons learned and the choices made in my 20 year USAF career. UPT is discussed as are my belief in the Quiet Professional and how to expect fear." Accessed February 11, 2015
  3. CALLS TO ACTION by Nutnfancy Accessed February 9, 2015

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