Although there have been several widespread calls for boycotts after past mass shooting events, the NRA was particularly aggressive in responding after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school murders, in which shooter Nikolas Cruz, 19, toted an AR-15.
The NRA defended itself with a statement: "Since the tragedy in Parkland, Florida, a number of companies have made a decision to sever their relationship with the NRA, in an effort to punish our members who are doctors, farmers, law enforcement officers, fire fighters, nurses, shop owners and school teachers that live in every American community".
Other companies - including FedEx, Life Line Screening, and Amazon (which streams NRAtv) - are feeling the heat of angry consumers as the boycott gains momentum.
The company also denied any donation or sponsorship with the NRA, adding that the gun lobby is only is one of hundreds of alliance and association participants. In 2014, the NRA received $22 million from individual donors for its PAC-money it uses in part to contribute to politicians.
Metlife Inc (NYSE:MET) - There are no longer discounts for home and auto insurance for NRA members from this company.