An anti-Biden slogan that originated at an Alabama NASCAR race is being engraved on weapon parts and magazines by gun dealers

After winning a NASCAR Xfinity Series car race in Talladega on Saturday Oct. 2, 2021 in Talladega Ala., Brandon Brown celebrates in Victory Lane.
A NBC Sports reporter mistakenly interpreted anti-Biden chants from a NASCAR race to be "Let's go, Brandon!"

An AR-15 lower receiver is being sold by a South Carolina firearms business inscribed with the slogan.

Florida-based firearms companies sell "Let's Go Brandon" magazines.

Numerous firearms companies across the country manufacture and sell AR-15 parts, as well as magazines with anti-Biden phrases, NBC News reported.

This phrase was created at Talladega Superspeedway in October 2, following the first win of NASCAR's driver Brandon Brown during the league's Xfinity Series. Brown was being interviewed by NBC Sports while she was being chanted "F-ck Joe Biden" by the crowd. She mistakenly thought it was "Let's go Brandon".

Palmetto State Armory is an American firearms retailer that has retail locations in South Carolina, Georgia. They took inspiration from this phrase and began marketing an AR-15 "LETSGO-15", lower receiver with selective fire capabilities. "F-CK!" (safe), "JOE!" (safe), 'JOE!' (full-auto).

According to the Department of Justice, lower receivers must be manufactured with serial numbers, sold by licensed firearms dealers, and contain the firing mechanism, trigger control group, hammer, and mounting points.

Many visitors left comments on the site asking if the company would manufacture the product for other automatic rifle platforms. One customer wrote a review about the lower receiver, praising Palmetto State Armory's knowledge of the phrase "more than half America is chanting".

Culper Precision, My Southern Tactical and My Southern Tactical are also firearms companies based out of Utah and Florida. They market AR-15 magazines with "Let’s Go Brandon” graphics, NBC News reported. Magazines can be attached to firearms as ammunition storage or feeding devices.

Insider reached out to Palmetto State Armory and Culper Precision for comments.

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