“Many of you emailed Google, tweeted and “liked” (8,600 likes) the post I wrote about Google censoring shopping results for guns and ammo,” thefirearmsblog.com reports. “It worked! Google appears to have relented and gun and ammo results are back in the Google Shopping index.” Not true. Again we must point out that A) the firearms and ammo ban is in place at Google Shopping, not Google’s main search engine and B) the company’s still working on implementing the ban (which accounts for geographical inconsistencies). The Shopping ban comes as no surprise to TTAG. Google AdWords has repeatedly rejected our application under that service’s blanket ban on firearms and ammo. Read it and weep: AdWords “doesn’t allow the promotion of weapons or devices designed to cause serious harm or injury.” Needless to say, swords and blunt objects like baseball bats are A-OK. FYI.