We The People Holsters FN 509 Midsize Holster with Bag / Photo by Chris O'Neil

It has been a long-time dream of the gun grabbers to generate a massive database of gun owners, their personal information, and what firearms they have. They might be getting closer to that goal with what’s come out of the Department of Commerce.

The Census Bureau has been asking holster manufacturers for information regarding their customers and what they purchased.

As reported in Ammoland:

That is the question AmmoLand News is asking. Several major holster manufacturers/providers received notices from the Department of Commerce Census Bureau requesting order numbers, product descriptions, and where the items were being shipped. A few holster companies have refused to turn over the requested information to the federal government.

Two of these companies that received the letters and refused are JM4 Tactical and On Your Six Holsters.

“We will never turn over any information on our customers to the government no matter the cost us,” Chad Myers, President of JM4 Tactical, said. “To do so would violate our core beliefs. We need to stand up to an overbearing government. Our customers can rest assured that their information is safe with us!”

The Census Bureau sends out the Commodity Flow Survey to random companies every year. The purpose of the survey is to help the federal government understand the flow of commerce to help shape policies regarding transportation and shipping. This year it seems an abnormal amount of holster companies have received the notice leading some of the holster companies to wonder if the federal government has targeted them.


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