So, it cuts both ways. But it, in my opinion, is a pretty one-way situation because, anti-gun (or gun-interfering) positions are more easily discerned. i.e. anti companies tend to be outspoken about it, positive companies more likely to be less outspoken about it.

I think it might be pretty difficult to avoid financing anti companies. There are so many with ties to organizations unknown. For example, when we bought a refrigerator I knew the weak point was the electronics, so bought the extended warranty. Come to find out that the finance company in the background is owned by Fucker Bloomberg.

My motorcycle insurance for years....Progressive....helps feed Soros' trough. He once was an active part of Progressive, says he is out of it but I doubt he dropped his stocks and dividends.