24 Attorneys General Demand Credit Card Companies Drop Plans To Track Gun Sales

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Authored by Tom Ozimek via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),

Two dozen Republican attorneys general have sent a letter to Visa, Mastercard, and American Express demanding the credit card companies abandon plans to track gun sales in the United States through firearm-specific transaction codes.

Credit card companies face pressure from gun control groups and lawmakers sympathetic to their cause to adopt new merchant category codes (MCC) for firearms, which now fall into the “general merchandise” category.

This, in turn, was prompted by a decision on the part of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), a Switzerland-based group that sets and monitors quality standards for various industries,to establish firearm-specific codes.

Reacting to the ISO decision, Visa said in a statement that it would “proceed with next steps, while ensuring we protect all legal commerce on the Visa network in accordance with our long-standing rules.”

The National Rifle Association (NRA) criticized…

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2A News: 4473 Ruled Unconstitutional

 

Bottom Line: A West Texas Judge ruled that when a person is under indictment that does not forbid that person from purchasing a firearm, only when that person has been CONVICTED of a Crime are they technically a “Felon”.

This is a HUGE win from the perspective of the LETTER and SPIRIT of the Law (The Second Amendment) being that we are living in in a overly litigious society where Grand Juries will hand down indictments very quickly and easily which may cause a person’s Second Amendment right to be forfeited without sufficient time and evidence.

A Huge Win for those who Believe Every Word of the Second Amendment, especially the “Shall Not be Infringed” part!

Stay Armed and Dangerous!

 

UPS New Gun Shipping Rule

More Back Door Firearm Harassment.

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From ZeroHedge

United Parcel Service (UPS), one of the largest US package delivery companies, has changed shipping regulations that will hurt small to medium-sized gun manufacturers.

AmmoLand Newsobtained a letter that UPS sent customers in the firearms industry specifying how as of Aug. 29, shipments of at least 50 handguns per day had to be sustained to use its 2nd Day Air service. Sellers who did not meet new service volume requirements risk losing their shipping accounts.

“Under the new agreement, UPS is only required to give customers a ten-day notice before cutting them off from the shipping service,” AmmoLand’s John Crump said.

Crump explained: “The volume necessary means that most online retailers and manufacturers are now cut off from shipping guns through the carrier unless the handgun is shipped using the expensive Next Day Air service.”

UPS told customers it “updated its policy to adhere to nationwide regulations…

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Texas News: Federal judge says Texas CANNOT BAN 18- to 20-year-olds from carrying Handguns

Federal judge says Texas Can’t Ban 18- to 20-year-olds from carrying handguns

 

If after 30 days some liberal court doesn’t appeal this and get it struck down this will be a HUGE win for those that truly believe in the 2A.

Age restriction for firearm possession or ownership is contradictory to the Second Amendment.

If you can be 18 and join the U.S. Military and go and fight for your country well then that same country should damn well afford you the right to purchase and carry a handgun to defend yourself at 18 years of age.

Domari Nolo.

Is the NFA Unconstitutional?

Is the NFA Unconstitutional?

 

Knowledge is Power folks and right now the ATF is in full-court press mode against Citizen Firearm Owners en masse using every dastardly backdoor legal trick in the book to ensnare and imprison us.

Namely Ex-Post Facto Legal Actions.

Don’t become another hapless Victim.