One of America’s largest big-box retailers and a significant purveyor of firearms and ammunition is yielding to anti-gun hysteria by calling for action on gun control and adding extra legal policies to its firearm and ammunition sales.
Walmart was never much of a gun store. It is now less of one. Walmart announced, as a response to the criminal actions of mass-murderers, that it’s going to stop selling handguns in Alaska (Walmart previously stopped selling handguns everywhere else) and will stop selling “short-barrel rifle and handgun ammunition” in stores all over America (it stopped selling modern sporting rifles in 2015, though it kept selling less-politically incorrect semi-automatic rifles).
More retail outlets are letting gun-control politics influence business policy.
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Many shoppers will likely be unhappy with this new turn of events at Wal-Mart, even though the stores reportedly will continue to sell ammunition.
Gun owners need to grab the control bar from the gun control folks if they want to turn the tide of anti-gun rhetoric from businesses.
Liberals have been taking a more active role at shareholder meetings, prompting an imbalance of shareholder advocacy allows them to try to hold business hostage.