I'm not trying to over-dramatize this and I have no solid proof of any kind. Just wondering here: Are there any gun shop/merchants out there who are experiencing issues with your merchant accounts because you sell gun-oriented merchandise? I ask only because I was having a discussion with a new gun store owner in my town about this. He had a heck of a time setting up merchant accounts because of what he is selling. For instance, Authorize.net gave him issues (that's one of the big companies), as did PayPal. He said there seems to be only a handful of companies that still service firearms merchants. As I understand it, there is no personal reason for these companies to have given this merchant any problems...just the fact he sells firearms. According to this merchant, those companies no longer service firearm oriented companies. Note that I don't know any of this for sure...just trying to find out here. If true, then it is a bit unsettling for me that this could be a way to get around the 2nd Amendment and control the selling of firearms related merchandise to citizens. Merchants depend heavily on the ability to accept credit cards. I hope I'm imagining things and welcome anyone to set me straight.