The ad demonstrates Scott’s “commitment to ending gun violence by burning an assault rifle in a bonfire” according to a release from the campaign.
“I’ve served in the Army all over the world. And I was trained to use guns like these. But Donald Trump’s loyal soldiers like Scott Perry exploit God and guns to score political points,” Scott says in the ad.
The 30-second ad features Scott speaking directly to the camera while disassembling a Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 before placing it in a fire.
The ad will likely spark interest of gun control and gun rights groups across the country.
Scott is running against Eric Ding, Robert Howe, Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson.
You can view the ad below.