Will you continue to shop at Walmart?
They turned their backs on us. I won’t buy from them, if I can find it anywhere else. I’ve been pulling away from them, anyway.
Hard to avoid in my area. Not many other sources within driving distance. Not even mom and pop or small department/grocery stores.
Take the good with the bad. The problem lies with the lying edia and the lying politicians making the atmosphere conducive to this sort of action. They figure they’ll get away with it as the argument for and against is about even nationwide. It is also an aggravation for them due to gun/ammo sales laws. Just not worth the trouble.
America has been down a road of no return for a very long time. Who could’ve known Communism would take over…. past Sen. Joseph McCarthy did.
let em know how ya feel………
No, No, No. Go there – ask for the manager – ask where the armed security is for your protection. When they tell you they don’t have any……tell them you are leaving and not coming back. At the least, this “attitude” will go back to the CEO (moron) that came up with this idea.
Nope, they don’t want me in there. They made that pretty clear. Kmart did this once, right before they filed for bankruptcy.
Ive had a carry permit for 20 years but don’t understand why everyone wants to open carry. I carry concealed. its safer. the guy sporting openly is the first target.
I want them to have a target to go for first that isn’t me. Why would you be against that? It gives you more time to react.
You are correct on your comment. I live in AZ. even though not required I have a permit. I prefer conceal carry. But I also look at it a different way. Lets say a thief goes in =to Circle K. Sees 2 people out of 10 with an open carry handgun. It gets them to thinkin, How many of those 10 people have Concealed weapons. So there are many ways of looking at it.For the most part I carry for my protection no one elses. They’re on their own.
Some counties are overseen by Sheriffs that don’t like approving CCWs, and are limited to open carry via state law.
Besides, since when is it okay to beg permission and pay a fee for a constitutionally protected right? Does that little slip of paper make it special somehow? 15 states have realized this so far and now have Constitutional Carry. The rest of us are limited to open carry unless we want to go through the grovelling process. My own Sheriff has made the permit process very difficult.
> the guy sporting openly is the first target.
For Fudd’s sake, sit down.
This is the main reason I don’t much care about their doing this. I have permit and don’t see the point of open carry except outdoors situations.
Don’t like to see areas where NO guns are allowed under any circumstances.
Every mass shooting has taken place in a no gun zone.
A law written/supported by JOE BIDEN btw.
If the stupid fools at the head of Walmart really wanted to end the status quo they would loudly invite everyone to open carry and post a sign that says “Aim true, watch cross-fire.” I live in a small town and go there for groceries but I’ll be looking around for an alternative in earnest. I buy my ammo where I got my most recent guns.
I will never step foot in there again.
I started reloading around 20+ years ago. I order my supplies online. Haven’t purchased 22 ammo in about that same amount of time since I found an awesome deal on 22 at the ACE hardware in Colo. Without being greedy I was able to purchase 15 boxes at 6 bucks a thousand. There is a nice Savage 223 bolt action I want from there but will pay an extra 30 bucks for it somewhere else. My clothing comes from Goodwill and my food from Kroger. OK, So I’m frugal.
Except for a 20 Gauge Savage/Stevens shotgun for $130 last year I haven’t bought anything from Sporting Goods since they raised the age to buy to 21. I only bought ammo from them until I started reloading 6 years ago. I buy shotgun shells from Bass Pro and now they give Military, Veterans and First Responders a 5% discount on EVERYTHING included guns and ammo.
Anyway, Walmart is a 40 to 50 mile round trip depending on which store I chose, 3 in my area. Shop local or online from now on.
I am a big Walmart fan, but I will not step back into one until they stop this insanity. A small percent of the population is making the most noise and an even smaller percent is actually committing these atrocities. It’s all good though I buy my ammunition elsewhere and will take my shopping business to others also.
they turned there backs on the gun owners,and the second ammendment,we know people will shop there even the anti gun nuts would continue to shop there,so they let us know how they stand on the second ammendment,and who and what they care about.
There should be a third option for the Walmart Poll.
“I will purchase as little as I can from Walmart”
For some communities with limited options Walmart may be the only store in their area that has certain items at a reasonable price.
Exactly, Brian. I’m not going to stop entirely, but I estimate that I’ve shifted at least 50% of my former purchases to other stores over the past few months, and I’ll now shift even more.
All gun companies should pull their products like some did Dicks (but they wont).. all people who love the second amendment should dump their stock and quit patronizing their business (but most will continue)… Walmart usually sold crap ammo anyway,like federal champion and win.white box…thank GOD for Academy sporting goods and Dollar General…. Whoops! hope I didn’t Jinx that.. I hope Wally World goes under.. but sadly gun owners don’t unite behind a common cause very well.. so Walmart will declare victory in the liberal news media in a year or so..
What about an “I never shopped at Walmart to begin with and now definitely won’t”
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