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I call on gun enthusiasts everywhere to immediately boycott all spending with Visa cards, due to their proposed attack on gun sales



Obviously Mastercard & American Express are watching from the sidelines before making a similar attack on gun sales
 
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As I already mentioned in another thread (sorry for its derail), AmEx and Mastercard are already on board.

Gee, I wonder why "some people" keep pushing a cashless society.... :s0002:
 
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Go shop for your next purchase, figger-out what will be the total cost, go to an ATM to get the money and return to buy that .454 Casull revolver with cash. Yes; this puts the effort on you... but it also gives you the opportunity to flip a double-barreled middle finger at both the ATF and at your credit card.

I am aware that some ATMs limit your withdrawal to $200. Here in Nevada we have Dotty's Casino, whose ATMs allow for the maximum withdrawal to be $1000 in one shot. My debit card pays the ATM fee up to five dollars, but I still check to see what is the withdrawal fee. The fee at Dotty's is two bucks so if I need some cash, I go there and keep the maximum of the other three bucks.
 
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Except when I bought my AR10 all my purchases are in green backs. A wad of Benji's will get everyone's attention.
I only have 2 credit cards both are tied to a vendor. 99% of what I pay for is with an ATM card.
 

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