At this web site, McDonough Firearms collects information in three ways:
First, we passively collect information that is automatically sent to us by your web browser. This information typically includes your domain name (the site after the @ in your e-mail address). It may also contain your user name (the name you are known as before the @ in your e-mail address). The amount of information sent depends on the settings you have on your web browser; please refer to your browser if you want to learn what information it sends.
We use the information we automatically receive from your web browser to see which pages you visit within our site, which site you visited before coming to ours, and where you go after you leave. We at McDonough Firearms can then develop statistics that are very helpful to understanding how this site is used by our visitors. This statistical data is interpreted by McDonough Firearms in its continuing effort to present the web site content that customers are seeking in a format they find most helpful.
Second, we may actively obtain information about you by installing our own marker on your computer. This marker is commonly called a "cookie," and it enables us to know you by a computer-generated, unique identifier. By providing you a unique identifier, we are able to create a database of your previous choices and preferences, and in situations where these choices or preferences need to be collected again, they can be supplied by us automatically, saving you time and effort. For example, after you purchase a product once, if you need to purchase it again, your previous selections for size, color or other features will have been retained, and can be reentered more quickly. Your computer may be specially configured to reject cookies; please refer to your browser for more information.
McDonough Firearms will not use or share, either within McDonough Firearms or with a third party, any information collected at this page for direct marketing purposes. We may share the information collected at this page with third parties, and transmit the information to another country, for purposes other than direct marketing. We may also remove all the personally identifiable information and use the rest for historical, statistical or scientific purposes. We may also use it to investigate security breaches or to cooperate with authorities pursuant to a legal matter.