Ted Nugent wants to give Kyle Rittenhouse an unlimited supply of ammunition for the rest of his life.
Music industry news site Loudwire on Monday reported, the 'Cat Scratch Fever' singer also wants to open up a firearm training class in the teenager's name.
Last year, during the violence that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Rittenhouse killed two people and wounded another. Last week, Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all charges.
Nugent, 72, is a veteran rocker and proud conservative who recently released a pro-gun song titled "come and take it."
During a podcast, Nugent said, "I'm going to get a hold of Kyle Rittenhouse and I'm going to provide him a lifetime supply of ammunition and I'd like to begin the Kyle Rittenhouse Tactical Masterclass because as a young man, boy did he do good. He knew that weapon. He was a samurai as a teenager that under those unbelievable, traumatic and physically assaultive conditions — he did his job."
Rittenhouse has so far not responded to Nugent's offer.