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    Default Re: Walmart Folds - Ends Handgun Ammo Sales Nationwide plus more

    Quote Originally Posted by internet troll View Post
    Looks more like 7 minutes to me.
    Quote Originally Posted by General Geoff View Post
    What exactly is short barrel rifle ammo?
    I was thinking along the lines of 9mm, .45, 10mm
    Sorry but I'm all out of pity right now, please try later.

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    Default Re: Walmart just caved

    Most of the time I go to Walmart is for one stop shopping - I can get ammo and get other things - paying for everything at the sporting goods counter is a good way to beat the front register lines. Now I have no reason not to buy everything non ammo related from Amazon / Costco / BJs - don't need to deal with the morons in the Walmart parking lot and the long register lines. Now I will buy ammo from companies that actually appreciate me as a customer.

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    Default Re: Walmart just caved

    Dang. That’s usually where I buy my ammo before I go plinking. I guess bulk online ammo purchases is the only way to go now.
    "The Constitution is the guide which I will not abandon. - George Washington

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    Default Re: Walmart just caved

    It looks like Walmart has been trying to get out of the gun business for some time now. Whenever I go to buy range ammo, I have to hunt (no pun intended) somebody down to help me in the sporting section. Trying to buy a rifle is nearly impossible. Good luck finding an employee with the "special training".

    Walmart has been left leaning for some time now. They're the main reason for the push in minimum wage hikes. They press politicians to raise it so that local stores can go out of business. Walmart can afford to pay 15 an hour, mom and pop cannot. Win win for Dems. They can virtue signal and collect big checks from Walmart.

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    Default Re: Walmart just caved

    Quote Originally Posted by philadelphia patriot View Post
    Dang. That’s usually where I buy my ammo before I go plinking. I guess bulk online ammo purchases is the only way to go now.
    Me too. My range trips are usually spontaneous so I'll stop there and buy a bunch of ammo. I'll have to do a better job of planning ahead now.

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    Default Re: Walmart asking people not to open carry in store, no longer selling non hunting g

    Quote Originally Posted by Banks View Post
    It looks like Walmart has been trying to get out of the gun business for some time now. Whenever I go to buy range ammo, I have to hunt (no pun intended) somebody down to help me in the sporting section. Trying to buy a rifle is nearly impossible. Good luck finding an employee with the "special training".

    Walmart has been left leaning for some time now. They're the main reason for the push in minimum wage hikes. They press politicians to raise it so that local stores can go out of business. Walmart can afford to pay 15 an hour, mom and pop cannot. Win win for Dems. They can virtue signal and collect big checks from Walmart.
    I suspect Wal-Mart gets most of its business from suburban and urban locations as opposed to rural. Demographics and cash flow rule.

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    Default Re: Walmart asking people not to open carry in store, no longer selling non hunting g

    Beat me to this topic however that is where I get most of my ammo. Now online will be the best for me. That's a shame.
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    Default Re: Walmart just caved

    Walmart needs to stop selling bicycles too.
    Bicycles Accidents Kill More Children Than Guns, But You Dont See Calls to Ban Bikes

    https://www.ammoland.com/2019/08/bic...#axzz5yUDpkL6I
    "I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery." Thomas Jefferson

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    Default Re: Walmart asking people not to open carry in store, no longer selling non hunting g

    So wally world has become woke after the actions of murdering scumbags in today's society meanwhile they'll continue importing merchandise from countries that enslave and vanish it's citizen's never too be seen again !
    Thanks for shopping wally world

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    Default Re: Walmart just caved

    Quote Originally Posted by mikelets456 View Post
    Walmart needs to stop selling bicycles too.
    Bicycles Accidents Kill More Children Than Guns, But You Don’t See Calls to Ban Bikes

    https://www.ammoland.com/2019/08/bic...#axzz5yUDpkL6I
    The commies just say "bikes aren't designed to kill people"
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