What was that post of mine a few weeks ago you criticized as being "old news?"
The account the McMillan company gives of its conversation with Bank of America is highly suspect. If a bank was going to terminate an account for a less-than-scrupulous reason, they wouldn't just come out and say it and then invite the company to go public with the story.
It should also be noted that during the same month, Bank of America entered into a $250 million deal with another firearms company.
of gun manufacturers........BofA is the first to be made public about this action. There are other banks and other mfrs in the same boat; however, one gun company refused to give their name or the name of their bank because they fear reprisals if they go public about it.
The speculation (operative word here) among some news commentators is that because the banks took bailout money, even if it had been paid back, the administration 'owns' them and have put pressure on the banks to take this action as a step toward gun control. Since the banks are literally at the mercy of the administration regarding regulations they can toss in their direction, they are bowing to the 'king'........