THE POLICY – THE LEGAL LANGUAGE
ConcealedCarry.com is a property of Concealed Carry Inc, a Colorado Incorporated company. We do not sell weapons.
This includes but may not be limited to:
- Firearms (as defined by The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF))
Occasionally we may sponsor or promote a giveaway being executed and fulfilled by a 3rd party which may include a weapon (as defined above) but at no time will any of these products or items be available by direct sale or distribution from Concealed Carry Inc.
Concealed Carry Inc does not have a federal firearm license (FFL) from the ATF and thus is not authorized to sell, receive, transfer, or ship firearms to businesses, organizations, non-profits, military personnel, or private citizens. When we sponsor or promote a giveaway a 3rd party that is properly licensed will manage the transaction and fulfillment of any of the above items.
Occasionally Concealed Carry Inc, its employees, contractors, or affiliates may refer to firearms, ammunition, or other dangerous or combustible regulated items in an effort to inform and educate readers, customers, or other users but in no way does Concealed Carry Inc sale or participate in any sales or transfer of these items.
For additional information about buying, selling, or transferring firearms or other weapons please contact local legal representation.
WHY THIS POLICY?
As a company we believe in and support American citizens in their right to defend themselves and loved ones from the various threats that surround us. In order to continue our efforts which include the content we write, our podcast, video channels, mobile app, online store, and much more; we have to be profitable enough to pay our employees and cover our expenses. We have found significant challenges that arise when we sell any of the above items.
Restrictions with advertising platforms, merchant services, banks, and other necessary business systems exist when a company sells these products. Our current business model would become impossible to operate at profitability should we abandon fully all those services that have those prohibitions. Oftentimes these restrictions do not exist purely for a political reason but for a financial one. For example, the merchant providers we work with to accept credit card payments have to maintain liability coverage in order to operate their business at a level of profitability and that liability coverage prevents them from processing transactions which involve weapons as stated above.
We regret this to be the case and hope that one day in the future our business will change in such a way that we can alter this policy. Thank you for understanding.