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I thought the credit card companies were all against selling firearms to American citizens, and all had little blue and yellow flags displayed to communicate their support for "the latest thing". That action seems 180 degrees opposed to that.

Which credit card company is it that has come out in opposition to WW3 in Europe?

If they are not going to do business with anyone who supplies arms to Ukraine, that company would have to discontinue all transactions with the US government.
 

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actually im starting to wonder if thats actually in ukraine because that ghillie suit looks fresh out of the box
Remarkably new and spotless gear. Not a bit of it shows wear or dirt. Those are some remarkably clean gloves.
The rifle has the old style picatinny rail hand guard. That became special order some time ago. The rifle pictured in the Robinson tweet is a Keymod, sort of implying that the recently purchased rifles were Keymod. The M model "sniper" rifle appears spotless and new, implying that it is not old, or has not seen use in the field (which would be odd in a war zone).
The rifle has a pistol brace instead of a stock. My understanding is that the pistol brace is unique to America, and other countries do not have the same ridiculous laws that make pistol braces common in America. Forum members from Europe and even the Canadian XCR video review, made it a point to mention this when they are talking about their short barrel rifles with full stocks, because they know all the Americans are going to ask about that right off the top.
The rifle has a magnified optic, and a pistol brace, and uses the specific word "sniper" rifle. The XCR reviews pretty much agree that the XCR is a little short on accuracy for use as a sniper rifle. It is accepted that a brace would not be a good choice for marksmanship. The combination seems wrong for the business.
That looks more like a ravine, than a trench. Brush does not usually grow in a trench, where people would be running back and forth regularly.
Someone may be able to identify that bush by the leaf shape better, but it looks like a Birch, which is native to North America, and not native to Europe.

Plenty of questions in the details.
 
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