I think I heard something about a credit card company telling customers that they couldn't use the card to buy a gun, but I haven't heard of them tracking and reporting purchases.Wasn't a form of this already happening?
But sure lets further weaponize economy/commerce against our citizenry.
Also based wells fargo saying "make a law about it". Thankfully this stupidity is contained to Virginia where this bill was introduced by some fanatic.
I just remember not long ago there was a thread about something similar to this on NWFA. It wouldn't surprise me if some do practice it.I think I heard something about a credit card company telling customers that they couldn't use the card to buy a gun, but I haven't heard of them tracking and reporting purchases.
One need only look to Kommiefornia for that definition. I've kept my crap FTF and cash as much as possible. Otherwise, I'm totally hosed too.Well, I guess I'm thoroughly boned.
Who decides what "excessive" is?
What??? No boat, you poor man...I, of course, don't own any guns. And when I did, all were legal cash FTF purchases. But I sold them all long ago. When I had those guns I bought ammo online using a card but that was long since shot up. And all those accessories purchased online with a card were sold on the guns. And those 80% parts? Never completed and sold as parts. I guess I'm just cursed with a short attention span.
Between all the tracking of purchases, travel, and web browsing, just about any circumstantial case could be made against anyone. Until an actual crime is committed it's all he said - she said conjecture... legally speaking... for now.