'Let's Go Brandon' gun parts with 'f*** Joe Biden' safety modes being sold by weapon dealers

GUN sellers are offering weapons and ammo with a slogan that is widely known as profanity directed at President Joe Biden.

"Let's Go Brandon" and other variations are now being marketed on weapons and weapons parts, and apparently have titles that feature the words "F–k Joe Biden" detailing different operating modes.

Palmetto State Armory in Columbia, South Carolina is marketing a "LETSGO-15 Stripped Lower Receiver" part, meant for an AR-15-style assault rifle.

The armory, which operates a 12,000-square-foot gun store, said the product features three firing modes: "[email protected]!" for safe mode, "JOE!" for fire and "BIDEN!" for full-auto.

"Love how PSA is in touch with the current Let’s Go Brandon situation," someone commented on the page.

"More than half of America and other parts of the world are chanting. The current administration is destroying our country."

NBC News reached out to both the company and the Secret Service, which is responsible for investigating threats against the president, but neither has responded.

Similar stripped lower receiver products brandishing such slogans are found on the sites of other gun dealers in South Carolina, with gun stores selling parts with a "Let's Go Brandon" sticker.

The lower receiver part of the AR-15 rifle contains the serial number, meaning it is the only part of the weapon required to be purchased through a licensed dealer.

"Let's Go Brandon" has become used by right-wingers as a code for saying "F–k Joe Biden."

It came from an October 2 NASCAR race at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama when driver Brandon Brown was struggling to answer a media question given how loud a nearby crowd was chanting.

The reporter suggested the crowd was cheering "Let's go Brandon" but it later became clear that the crowd was instead screaming "F–k Joe Biden."

AR-15s, once banned by the federal government, are quickly becoming popular rifles in the country, making up approximately one in five gun sales each year, with about 15 million in circulation.

The rifle or variations of the weapon has been used in shootings a Boulder, Colorado supermarket, a Pittsburg, Pennsylvania synagogue, a Texas church, a Las Vegas concert and in schools in Connecticut and Florida.

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