2nd Amendment Friendly Shopping

This year has seen a slew of business either establish a pro or anti 2nd Amendment stance. With Companies like Starbucks flip flopping and the inability to track every news site for who flew off the reservation keeping tack of who is in our corner and who is not can be a difficult task.

What if somebody made an iPhone and Android app that made it simple to know if a company was either pro or anti 2nd Amendment?  Well 2AFriendly has done just that. With the holiday season approaching this is a fantastic app to keep with you to avoid supporting those who don’t support you.

Sample of locally tagged businesses.
Sample of locally tagged businesses.

Find and rate businesses who support Second Amendment rights.

With this FREE app, you can stay aware of the gun-friendly businesses who support 2nd Amendment rights, and avoid the ones who don’t.

  • Find businesses around you using your GPS location
  • Instantly see if they support or oppose the 2A
  • Leave ratings and comments for other gun owners to see
  • Compete with a network of like-minded gun owners
  • Earn participation points for future drawings
  • Rate any business right from your browser
  • Search the master list of gun-friendly businesses in your location or anywhere in the country.

Free and Premium apps available now on the iPhone and Android.

One of the things I like is even without a smart phone you can use the website to find and rate businesses using the browser search and rate functions.

Here is what Graham a representative of the company has to say about the crowd sourcing foundation of the application: “Freedom of the individual citizen in this country largely depends on how we work together. The government and left-leaning groups use technology to suppress our natural rights, and gun owners in turn must use technology for the benefit of everyone.” Recently, an anti-gun app was released that invades the privacy and common sense of gun owners. “We respect property rights and the rights of the individual,” said Graham, “In our opinion, businesses can be anti-gun if they want. All we try to do is to share their wish to a wider audience so that gun owners and proponents of human rights can spend their money elsewhere.”

Searching in Michigan I found 277 listings. I have already installed this app and plan on tagging businesses in my local area. We here at 248shooter encourage each of you to use this app for you own good as well as to update it for the good of your fellow patriots.

Check out the app and download the free version to see for yourself.