GOP Attorneys General are requesting that Visa, Mastercard, and Amex drop the gun-shop code.

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Gun shops have been using the term “gun shop” to describe their business for years. In fact, they were using it before the NRA was even formed. But now, the NRA is suing them for trademark infringement.

The NRA claims that the use of the term “gun shop,” along with the logo on the back of credit cards, is misleading and deceiving.

The NRA says that these businesses are not actually selling guns, and therefore should not be allowed to call themselves “gun shops.”

The NRA’s lawyers say that the term “gun shop’ implies that the store sells firearms, and that the stores are licensed dealers.

The NRA is asking the courts to force Visa, MasterCard, and American Express to stop issuing credit cards with the term “gun shop.”

If the court rules in favor of the NRA, then any company who uses the term “gun shop”, including online retailers, would be prohibited from doing so.

The NRA says that if the companies don’t comply, then they could lose millions of dollars in revenue.

The NRA says that they’ve already won similar cases in other states, and that they’re confident that they’ll win again.

The NRA says that the only way to protect consumers is to ban the use of the term ‘gun shop.’

The NRA says that banning the term “gun shop” is necessary to prevent confusion among consumers.

The NRA says that it’s time for the government to step in and regulate the sale of guns.

The NRA says that people shouldn’t be able to buy guns without being properly trained.

The NRA says that no one should be able to buy a gun without passing a background check.

The NRA says that anyone who wants to own a gun should be forced to pass a test to prove that they know how to handle a weapon safely.