Local Missouri gun store offers free AR15 to McCloskeys after police seize their rifle

Alien Armory Tactical, a gun store in St. Charles Missouri is offering a free AR-15 to the now famous McCloskeys, who defended their home from protesters marching by with guns.

In addition, they are offering free firearms training to the couple.

According to their website, Alien Armory Tactical is family-owned AR-15 rifle parts and accessories business.

The gun store posted on Facebook Sunday:

( IF ANYONE KNOWS THE ST.LOUIS COUPLE PLEASE PASS THIS POST ALONG TO THEM )

Let me say this to all the St.Louis city cops. You should of protested serving this warrant! This couple did what they needed to do to protect private property as the property was being ambushed.

I’ve seen videos and some of these so called protesters were carrying firearms and they clearly broke the gate to make way on to the private property ( A THREAT ) To the couple that had this warrant served, please come on by our shop and we will gladly rearm you with a brand new ar15 for ( FREE ) thats right if you see this post contact our page and we will gladly assist you with a replacement for you to protect your private property for FREE!

Also we will assist you with some FREE firearms training so if anything were to happen you will be better prepared, we will take you with your brand new ar15 and show you how to be better prepared! Thank you from your friendly neighborhood watch😆

Per the NYPost, St. Louis police officers reportedly seized a rifle from the husband-and-wife lawyers filmed waving firearms at Black Lives Matter protesters last month.

The officers served a warrant on Mark and Patricia McCloskey on Friday night, taking the rifle the husband was pictured aiming, the local NBC affiliate reported.

The officers were told by the couple that their attorney had the second gun, the pistol brandished by the wife, the report said.

The couple were filmed as they emerged barefoot from their lavish mansion in the Central West End neighborhood, each toting a firearm as protesters marched down their private street toward the home of Mayor Lyda Krewson.

Mark stood with the rifle on their Renaissance-style porch as Patricia aimed the gun at the passersby with her finger on the trigger.

The two have defended their actions by saying they felt their lives were at risk.