At its heart, the Robertson's Louisiana-based business is a factory that makes duck calls. (You can buy all sorts of "Duck" gear, T-shirts and the like, thanks to the A&E show's popularity.) Now the Robertsons have introduced their own line of firearms that, we can only surmise, will sell well, too.
Clines writes, " ... considering the new Duck Commander line of family-fun ordnance: nine types of shotgun, two different semi-automatic rifles and a high-powered pistol. The assault rifles, adapted from weapons of war for self-styled sportsmen on the home front, could turn a mallard drake into instant pate, ready for the dinner table of any close-knit family."
-- Phillip Tutor