New YouTube policies are being put in place that will tighten restrictions on videos that involve weapons. The media site will ban videos that promote or link to websites selling firearms and firearm accessories, especially bump stocks.
YouTube is prohibiting how-to videos when it comes to learning how to put together firearms. The new policies are expected to begin in April, but at least two users have already seen their profiles affected.
Spike's Tactical announced on their Facebook page that they have been suspended from YouTube due to "repeated or severe violations."
InRange TV also took to their Facebook page saying, that the media site is being one-sided when it comes to firearm policies.
This Saturday is the March of Our Lives rally, which was organized by survivors of the Parkland Florida shooting. Also, YouTube will not be removing the national rifle association channel from their website.