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Old 03-17-2011, 01:13 PM   #1
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Default Firearm friendly credit card.

Not sure which of the major credit card companies are firearm friendly. I have heard some bad stuff that Citibank and Bank of America denies certain purchases. Any good major banks out there?

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Old 03-17-2011, 01:17 PM   #2
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I use my NRA and Cabelas credit cards never a problem.

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Every card I have is gun friendly. I pull it out and buy a gun with it.

I have used Citibank, capitalone, Chase, BofA, and a few others if the money is there they can't tell you what you can o can't buy.
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We have been banking with BofA for several years but are seriously thinking about changing banks due to their liberal stance.Any suggestions as to who the NRA recommends?
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I pay cash for everything. I am living debt free.
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Every card I have is gun friendly. I pull it out and buy a gun with it.

I have used Citibank, capitalone, Chase, BofA, and a few others if the money is there they can't tell you what you can o can't buy.
Chase ripped off so many people they got sued by several states. I was personally defrauded by Capital One despite my clean record, and McMillian and Spirit Arms both have has issues with BOA. Guess you and I have different ideas on what friendly means.
If you have a good relationship with a local bank see if they have a card, many times they do but don't push them.

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I pay cash for everything. I am living debt free.
I pay the full amount each month. Don't purchase it if I don't have the funds to pay for it.

Plus, I get Cabelas points.
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I use my credit card for everything. The 1% cash back means I can buy more ammo.
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I use my credit card for everything. The 1% cash back means I can buy more ammo.
I have my cell phone, Internet and satellite automatically hit my CC. Might as well get Cabela's points on since I am going to pay for them one way or the other.
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You must listen to that guy on the radio...i forgot his name...lol... FFFRRRREEEEEDDDDDOOOOOOOMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!
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