Bank of America: We Stopped Doing Business With Gun Companies Because Our Employees Were Afraid

Bank of America wants to make sure you don’t think that politics had anything at all to do with its decision to stop underwriting makers of “military-style firearms” after the Parkland shooting. Back when they announced the move following the Parkland high school shooting, we predicted that cutting off funding from gun companies that make […]

Freedom Munitions Parent Files for Bankruptcy

Dallas NRA attendees were puzzled by the large empty spot in the convention floor that was supposed to be the Freedom Munitions booth location. It looked like it had been partially assembled and then abandoned at the last minute. Now news comes that Freedom’s parent company, Howell Munitions and Technology of Lewiston, ID has filed […]

2018 May NICS Background Checks Highest on Record

May 2018 set a new record for the number of National Instant Background Checks conducted by the FBI with a total of 2,002,992. The next highest May was in 2017, at 1,942,677. Before that, the next highest May was in 2016, at 1,870,000. Notice a trend? There were numerous predictions that President Trump would preside […]

United CEO: Politics Had Nothing to Do With Decision to Dump the NRA

A parade of companies made high-profile announcements of terminating discount and other affinity program relationships with the National Rifle Association after the Parkland shooting. Enterprise Car Rental, Symantec, Allied Van Lines, MetLife and more. Among the group was United Airlines which ended a discount program for NRA members. Yesterday, at United’s annual shareholder meeting, United […]

Intuit QuickBooks Severs Ties with Gunsite Academy, Reverses Tens of Thousands in Credit Card Charges. Because Guns

There’s been yet another incident of ignorance merging with a desire to undermine our Second Amendment rights resulting in financial attack on a prominent industry company. This time it’s one I consider the equivalent of church for gun owners: Gunsite Academy in Paulden, Arizona. Gunsite, which was founded by the late Col. Jeff Cooper in […]

BREAKING: Remington Outdoor Emerges From Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

In a quick-turnaround, even by pre-packaged bankruptcy standards, Remington Outdoor announced today that they’ve emerged from Chapter 11. The filing allowed the company to shed $775 million of their crushing $950 million debt load. Remington also has a new $193 million asset-based lending facility in place to finance operations going forward. In exchange for forgiving […]

The New York Times Wants to Turn Remington Into ‘The Most Advanced And Responsible Gun Manufacturer in the Country’

The New York Times’ Andrew Ross Sorkin, a financial columnist for the old Gray Lady, has noticed that the nation’s oldest gun maker is about to emerge from bankruptcy. Remington executed a pre-packaged filing in March and is about to emerge from the process, free of both hundreds of millions of dollars of debt and […]

BREAKING: Mossberg Discontinues Sales To Dick’s Sporting Goods

First Springfield Armory. Then, when MKS Supply announced the termination of their business relationship with Dick’s Sporting Goods, we wondered which gun maker would be next. The answer, only one day later, is O.F. Mossberg & Sons. Here’s their press release. Mossberg® Terminates Relationship with Dick’s Sporting Goods NORTH HAVEN, CT – O.F. Mossberg & […]

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