It’s no secret that several of the top credit card processing companies are anti-gun. If you sell anything firearms related through these banking services you run the risk of having your operations unceremoniously shutdown without forewarning by companies such as Square or PayPal. Bank of America will also cut you off if you are caught exercising your Constitutional rights through their banking operations.
For years people yearned for a gun friendly credit card and banking solution for the gun community. At one point we had false hope in a company named GunPal (aka GPal) that sprung from the web in November of 2009. This startup was founded by Benjamin Phillip Cannon but it went south pretty quickly with GunsAmerica issuing a public service announcement around 2010 warning people to be cautious of using the service. GunPal went down in flames taking thousands of dollars of other peoples money with them although they presumably were reimburse over a year later.
GunsAmerica thought they were going to jump into the arena with their own gun friendly banking solution but discovered the investment was too substantial for their tastes. The project never got off the ground.