Here's the problem. A couple problems actually.Now that Turkey has put a $500,000 bounty on Enes Kanter Freedom, I'm less inclined to purchase a Turkish gun. While I am not one to boycott at a whim, there are other alternative 1911's to buy.
Number one is that there is just something not "right" about Enes Kanter Freedom. I've seen numerous interviews with this man and I know quite a bit about Islam. Things are just not adding up with this guy. An admittedly subjective assessment that I can't prove. The bounty is real. I'm not disputing that. I'm just saying that I don't trust him.
Number two is that I am more interested in the stances of Tisas as a company.
I know people in China who have no affinity for the CCP whatsoever and are just trying to make a living. Only about 12% of the Chinese population are actually active members in the party.
I do NOT want to support the Jinping regime or the noxious ideology it represents. That said, my refusal to ever buy anything made in China may be harming common Chinese people far more than it is the reprehensible communist government.
I'd like to know how cozy the honchos at Tisas are with Tayyip Erdoğan. I'd love to believe that they are just a manufacturing company that is concerned about making a competitive product and would be doing so regardless of who was at the helm of their country.
Would you want the world boycotting your product because... Joe Biden?