It is an hour and a half long but the info is pretty interesting. Most of the Historical European Martial Arts community is fairly liberal but this guy dosnt appear to be. Might be because he was/is a first responder in NY but he advocates gun ownership and does a good job of drawing parallels between weapon ownership in medieval times to gun ownership now.
From competition, to children play fighting with plastic guns to military use he goes over the differences and how they relate to our ancestors martial arts. Ive heard people pouting that he refers to gun laws as “silly and stupid” then makes the point that we as a disarmed society are seeing mass murders because we are unarmed. At the 25 min. mark he makes a great point.