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    Go to the NRA or the National Shooting Sports Foundation and apply for one of the credit cards that they offer.

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    I just got a credit card application in the mail from them. I wrote a nice note about how I refused to support someone that is trying to take away my 2nd amendment rights and a no thank you on it. Put it in their self addressed stamped envelope and mailed it back to them. I'm sure it will do no good, but it cost them shipping. :D
    David

    The only person available to protect you 24 hours a day is you.

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    Angry What other banks are involved???

    It would be nice to know what other banks are involved and to consider all of them a see and avoid threat. If they won't support me and my freedoms, why should I support them? Conversly what if all the gun owners avoided them altogether? Who would be there when crime happens? We all kmow the police won't make it to a bank on time unless there is a hostage situation. I refuse to place myself at risk for an institution that scorns my freedom and infringes that which we hold dear.
    Last edited by festus; 01-19-2008 at 03:22 PM. Reason: spelling
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    Good info to know. I might just have one of their plastic things laying around the house that is about to be cancelled with a note why. We all know this so it is like the preacher says, it is preaching to the choir, if legal gun owners are forced to give up their guns, then only the bad guys will have guns.
    If you think you are in a fair fight, you need to rethink your tactics.

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    now I am glad I went delinquent on the 2 citi cards I had. how can they justify telling me what I can and can't buy?

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    So let me understand

    what if you are at Cabellas or SW and buy a rifle or handgun, how would they identify your purchase as firearms related?

    Has anyone sent the major sports retailers or gunstores a letter or six? If Mastercard/Visa starts getting complaints about the card being unacceptable from the merchant AND the consumer community, THAT will generate a more serious consideration by the companies.
    Reality, DEAL with IT!

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    Cash is King, (Dave Ramsey) but visa is nice once in a while. no BMW in the garage, but other nice items to enjoy my time with and they are paid for:)
    "Victory at all cost Victory in spite of all terror. Victory no matter how long and how hard the road may be; for without Victory there is no survival."
    (Winston Churchill)

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    Talking No more creditcards for me.

    I recently combined my 2 credit cards into one loan that will be paid off in 5-6 years. This beats the 20 or so years the credit card companies are hoping for when you only make the minimum payment. I have paid cash or used layaway and what I have saved in interst fees alone is staggering. Maybe I will go out and buy a new gun. Any suggestions for a military grade service pistol?
    Last edited by festus; 02-09-2008 at 10:53 AM. Reason: spelling/syntax
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    I know this post is aging a little but, I read it this morning and I feel sick to my stomach!!! I think this really needs to made into a HUGE deal. EVERYONE on this site has got to read this.

    Luke, can you make this more visible? I have to go call Citi Bank.
    Unapologetic American
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