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An eight-year-old girl has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans as she tests rifles, handguns, and even a flamethrower on her YouTube channel.

A video of Autumn Fry has gone viral on Twitter, showing her dual-wielding handguns, with over three million views.

She is so small that in one clip where she is wielding a SIG Sauer she initially doesn’t have the strength to put the safety lock on.

In another clip her dad, Randy Fry, admits one of the boxes of bullets has a warning on saying “keep out of reach of children,” to which Autumn replies: “Oh poop that.”

“This thing is fun!” she adds when blasting soda cans using the gun.

Other videos show her using a CP33 pistol by KelTec, a DMK22 semi-automatic rifle by Kriss USA, and a P320 X Carry by Sig Sauer.

‘Machine gun grin’

After shooting the latter, her dad says: “That’s a sweet little pistol for you there. Look at her smile! That’s almost a machine gun grin right there.”

Boasting over 160,000 subscribers on her Autumn’s Armory YouTube channel and 43,000 followers on Instagram, Autumn tests the most deadly weapons available.

Randy has been filming his daughter since the age of seven, with their first video showing how a Glock handgun works and what bullets to use for the gun.

She even has her own website where she sells stickers and signed posters.

An eight-year-old girl has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans as she tests guns and even a flamethrower on her YouTube channel.    Credit: Triangle News

Like videos of children comparing toys we are all used to on YouTube, Autumn compares handguns and in one video she even tries out a flamethrower.

“We have had the guns for about two weeks, and we have been shooting it a lot and I really like it so far,” she says in the video.

With safety glasses and protective headphones on, she unloads the handgun on a target picture of flowers under her watchful father’s gaze.

She is hit by a bullet casing in the head as it flies out of the gun, but she simply rubs the spot, turns to her father and gives a wry smirk.

Autumn Fry has become an internet sensation.
Autumn Fry has become an internet sensation. Credit: Triangle News

According to her father, she is a gun lover and, despite her young age, is already a professional at handling guns.

“Children are the future of guns in America and Autumn is an amazing role model for our future,” Randy says.

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‘Children are the future of guns in America and Autumn is an amazing role model for our future.’

In one of their videos, the father-daughter duo react to Black Nationalists Militia leader of “Not F****** Around Coalition” John Fitzgerald Johnson, talking about gun safety and they both blasted him for his lack of knowledge on guns.

Randy allows Autumn to critique the man’s knowledge of guns as they both laugh at the video.

At the end of the video, Randy says: “There you go, a seven-year old is definitely more knowledgeable with guns than this guy is.”

Autumn agrees and says: “This guy does not know his gun knowledge.”

Autumn Fry with her parents.
Autumn Fry with her parents. Credit: Triangle News

Originally from Pennsylvania, the Fry family has been on the road for over a year, filming their journey with videos showing them at different gun ranges and with different weapons.

Randy has taught Autumn about guns and gun safety from a young age, quizzing her about weapons on their videos.

In the videos posted online, Autumn tests the guns while her father watches and comments on her reaction.

The channel with 77 videos and over 12 million views showcases every imaginable weapon from handguns to AR15s to even a flamethrower.

In a video posted in July, Autumn uses an XM-42 flamethrower that spits fire for metres.

Autumn Fry has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans.
Autumn Fry has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans. Credit: Autumns Armory/Triangle News

In the video, she says: “This is really useful for a campfire starter which is what we are about to use it for.”

The flamethrower spits fire on a block of wood but a small trail of fire can be seen leading back to her.

‘I don’t care’

Asked what the gun laws were in his State, Randy simply replied: “I don’t care.”

But there are things that children cannot do when it comes to guns.

On August 25, 2014, Charles Vacca was an instructor to a nine-year-old girl on how to use an Uzi submachine gun.

Out on a family outing in Las Vegas, the girl and her family visited a gun range.

The nine-year-old was given an Uzi submachine gun that she complained was too powerful for her.

The girl lost control of the powerful gun as it recoiled and accidentally shot Vacca in the head.

Asked what the gun laws were in his State, Autumn’s dad Randy said ‘I don’t care.’
Asked what the gun laws were in his State, Autumn’s dad Randy said ‘I don’t care.’ Credit: Triangle News

Autumn in her videos can be seen struggling with guns as well, as she asks her dad for help.

In one video, Autumn can be seen using a Sig18 handgun which overheats and burns her hand.

In the video, she can be heard saying to her dad: “OW! It’s hot, don’t laugh.”

Soon it becomes unbearable for her to use and she has to pass it to her father.

Autumn has visited gun ranges and used belt-fed weapons such as the Dragonmans machine gun.

In the gun range, Randy can be heard saying: “Go with 15-rounder, I don’t know if she would be able to hold it” when asked if they want 15 or the bigger 30-rounder bullets for the machine guns.

To US children, guns are a topic that comes into their life very early on, either through school active shooter drills or through family gun ownership.

Safe storage law

A Child Access Prevention law (CAP law), sometimes called the safe storage law, makes it illegal for an adult to keep a gun in a place and manner so that a child can easily access and fire it.

The proponents of these laws such as the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence argue that they are an effective way to reduce accidental gun deaths among children since they reduce access.

The National Rifle Association of America, however, argues that such laws infringe on the rights of gun owners to protect their homes.

An Autumn Fry post on social media.
An Autumn Fry post on social media. Credit: Autumns Armory/Triangle News

In 2017, 73 children under the age of 12 died from accidental gun discharge, the same as the previous five years.

CAP law is in place in over a dozen states but it is not a federally mandated law.

Gun debate

Gun control in the US is a polarising topic that has had both sides arguing for decades on gun law restrictions.

And comments on Autumn’s videos were just as split on the matter.

Jeffrey Doebler commented in her AR-15 Rifle video: “How cool is it watching a little kid in a Scooby Doo shirt shoot guns?”

Another commented: “On a day of remembrance, Autumn reminds us what America is about: Family, fun and freedom.”

Others shocked at a small child using so many weapons slammed pro-gun commenters on Twitter.

Maria commented: “People really think there is nothing wrong with that?”

While Zachery Elwood commented: “Seems damn creepy to me.”

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‘People really think there is nothing wrong with that?’

Others questioned how YouTube allows videos of children firing weapons.

“The world has become so strange,” one commented in the flamethrower video.

“A gun is voodoo but a flamethrower is perfectly acceptable by YouTube standards.”

In a previous Instagram post, Autumn’s Armory Indicated they have been banned from YouTube on more than one occasion.

But they have since opened another account that has been active since May 2020.


An eight-year-old girl has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans as she tests rifles, handguns, and even a flamethrower on her YouTube channel.

A video of Autumn Fry has gone viral on Twitter, showing her dual-wielding handguns, with over three million views.

She is so small that in one clip where she is wielding a SIG Sauer she initially doesn’t have the strength to put the safety lock on.

In another clip her dad, Randy Fry, admits one of the boxes of bullets has a warning on saying “keep out of reach of children,” to which Autumn replies: “Oh poop that.”

“This thing is fun!” she adds when blasting soda cans using the gun.

Other videos show her using a CP33 pistol by KelTec, a DMK22 semi-automatic rifle by Kriss USA, and a P320 X Carry by Sig Sauer.

‘Machine gun grin’

After shooting the latter, her dad says: “That’s a sweet little pistol for you there. Look at her smile! That’s almost a machine gun grin right there.”

Boasting over 160,000 subscribers on her Autumn’s Armory YouTube channel and 43,000 followers on Instagram, Autumn tests the most deadly weapons available.

Randy has been filming his daughter since the age of seven, with their first video showing how a Glock handgun works and what bullets to use for the gun.

She even has her own website where she sells stickers and signed posters.

An eight-year-old girl has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans as she tests guns and even a flamethrower on her YouTube channel.   
An eight-year-old girl has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans as she tests guns and even a flamethrower on her YouTube channel.    Credit: Triangle News

Like videos of children comparing toys we are all used to on YouTube, Autumn compares handguns and in one video she even tries out a flamethrower.

“We have had the guns for about two weeks, and we have been shooting it a lot and I really like it so far,” she says in the video.

With safety glasses and protective headphones on, she unloads the handgun on a target picture of flowers under her watchful father’s gaze.

She is hit by a bullet casing in the head as it flies out of the gun, but she simply rubs the spot, turns to her father and gives a wry smirk.

Autumn Fry has become an internet sensation.
Autumn Fry has become an internet sensation. Credit: Triangle News

According to her father, she is a gun lover and, despite her young age, is already a professional at handling guns.

“Children are the future of guns in America and Autumn is an amazing role model for our future,” Randy says.

Chevron Right Icon

‘Children are the future of guns in America and Autumn is an amazing role model for our future.’

In one of their videos, the father-daughter duo react to Black Nationalists Militia leader of “Not F****** Around Coalition” John Fitzgerald Johnson, talking about gun safety and they both blasted him for his lack of knowledge on guns.

Randy allows Autumn to critique the man’s knowledge of guns as they both laugh at the video.

At the end of the video, Randy says: “There you go, a seven-year old is definitely more knowledgeable with guns than this guy is.”

Autumn agrees and says: “This guy does not know his gun knowledge.”

Autumn Fry with her parents.
Autumn Fry with her parents. Credit: Triangle News

Originally from Pennsylvania, the Fry family has been on the road for over a year, filming their journey with videos showing them at different gun ranges and with different weapons.

Randy has taught Autumn about guns and gun safety from a young age, quizzing her about weapons on their videos.

In the videos posted online, Autumn tests the guns while her father watches and comments on her reaction.

The channel with 77 videos and over 12 million views showcases every imaginable weapon from handguns to AR15s to even a flamethrower.

In a video posted in July, Autumn uses an XM-42 flamethrower that spits fire for metres.

Autumn Fry has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans.
Autumn Fry has become the poster child for pro-gun Americans. Credit: Autumns Armory/Triangle News

In the video, she says: “This is really useful for a campfire starter which is what we are about to use it for.”

The flamethrower spits fire on a block of wood but a small trail of fire can be seen leading back to her.

‘I don’t care’

Asked what the gun laws were in his State, Randy simply replied: “I don’t care.”

But there are things that children cannot do when it comes to guns.

On August 25, 2014, Charles Vacca was an instructor to a nine-year-old girl on how to use an Uzi submachine gun.

Out on a family outing in Las Vegas, the girl and her family visited a gun range.

The nine-year-old was given an Uzi submachine gun that she complained was too powerful for her.

The girl lost control of the powerful gun as it recoiled and accidentally shot Vacca in the head.

Asked what the gun laws were in his State, Autumn’s dad Randy said ‘I don’t care.’
Asked what the gun laws were in his State, Autumn’s dad Randy said ‘I don’t care.’ Credit: Triangle News

Autumn in her videos can be seen struggling with guns as well, as she asks her dad for help.

In one video, Autumn can be seen using a Sig18 handgun which overheats and burns her hand.

In the video, she can be heard saying to her dad: “OW! It’s hot, don’t laugh.”

Soon it becomes unbearable for her to use and she has to pass it to her father.

Autumn has visited gun ranges and used belt-fed weapons such as the Dragonmans machine gun.

In the gun range, Randy can be heard saying: “Go with 15-rounder, I don’t know if she would be able to hold it” when asked if they want 15 or the bigger 30-rounder bullets for the machine guns.

To US children, guns are a topic that comes into their life very early on, either through school active shooter drills or through family gun ownership.

Safe storage law

A Child Access Prevention law (CAP law), sometimes called the safe storage law, makes it illegal for an adult to keep a gun in a place and manner so that a child can easily access and fire it.

The proponents of these laws such as the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence argue that they are an effective way to reduce accidental gun deaths among children since they reduce access.

The National Rifle Association of America, however, argues that such laws infringe on the rights of gun owners to protect their homes.

An Autumn Fry post on social media.
An Autumn Fry post on social media. Credit: Autumns Armory/Triangle News

In 2017, 73 children under the age of 12 died from accidental gun discharge, the same as the previous five years.

CAP law is in place in over a dozen states but it is not a federally mandated law.

Gun debate

Gun control in the US is a polarising topic that has had both sides arguing for decades on gun law restrictions.

And comments on Autumn’s videos were just as split on the matter.

Jeffrey Doebler commented in her AR-15 Rifle video: “How cool is it watching a little kid in a Scooby Doo shirt shoot guns?”

Another commented: “On a day of remembrance, Autumn reminds us what America is about: Family, fun and freedom.”

Others shocked at a small child using so many weapons slammed pro-gun commenters on Twitter.

Maria commented: “People really think there is nothing wrong with that?”

While Zachery Elwood commented: “Seems damn creepy to me.”

Chevron Right Icon

‘People really think there is nothing wrong with that?’

Others questioned how YouTube allows videos of children firing weapons.

“The world has become so strange,” one commented in the flamethrower video.

“A gun is voodoo but a flamethrower is perfectly acceptable by YouTube standards.”

In a previous Instagram post, Autumn’s Armory Indicated they have been banned from YouTube on more than one occasion.

But they have since opened another account that has been active since May 2020.

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