Just months after Parkland some credit card companies and banks are considering creating a new merchant code to identify gun purchases.
"I understand that they want to track and do statistics, it just makes us feel uneasy because usually, the point that we’re scared about is that they can use the statistics against us very easily,” Shkop.
For others, the concern is not gun rights it’s about privacy.
He said the big question is where does it stop? “What degree of detail are they going to capture? Is this a further expansion of this? Is this the tip of the iceberg or is it just going to be this one item that they’re going to start tracking?”
Congress might have to get involved in this gun tracking plan to be legal.
We've reached out to Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Florida Senator Bill Nelson as well as Senate candidate Governor Rick Scott for their opinions. So far no one has responded.