Donald Trump Jr. took his 12-year-old son to Texas for a Trump rally and had his friend’s company manufacture the AR-15.

  • Former President Donald Trump held a rally on Saturday night in Conroe, Texas.

  • In a speech at the rally, Donald Trump Jr. said he took his son to make the AR-15.

  • According to Donald Trump Jr., the firearms were manufactured in F-1 firearms in Spring, Texas.

At a trample rally on Saturday in Conroe, Texas, Donald Trump Jr. said he took his 12-year-old son Donald Trump III to a firearms maker, where he built his AR-15.

“Oh, I love Texas, and today I had to do the most Texas thing I’ve ever done,” Donald Trump Jr. said in a speech at the rally. “Because I came late last night, I was able to take my little son Donnie to a fellow Dion F-1 firearms manufacturing facility, and Donnie, a little kid in New York City, now in Florida, said. Thank God. My AR-15. “

F-1 Firearms is a semi-automatic weapons system manufacturer based in Spring, Texas, about 20 minutes south of the rally venue. Dion Podgurny is the CEO of the company. According to F-1 Firearms social media account..

Representatives of Trump and F1 firearms did not immediately respond to insider requests for comment.

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