Duck Commander, the duck-call and hunting-goods company owned by the Robertson family of A&E's "Duck Dynasty," has launched its own line of firearms, CNN reports. The 94-year-old gun manufacturer O.F. Mossberg & Sons of North Haven, Conn., has begun shipping to dealers nine different shotguns, two semi-automatic rifles and a semi-automatic pistol. The guns come in a "waterfowl pattern" camouflage design and bear the Duck Commander logo. Mossberg, which had announced the agreement in June, said the guns each come with an American flag bandanna like the one worn on the show by Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander.