Bad Company

The following is a list of companies for one reason or another have chosen not to defend your rights and in some cases attack it.

Dick’s Sporting Goods

December 2012 shortly after the Sandy Hook massacre, the sporting goods outlet pulled all modern sporting rifles from their shelves. They also cancelled the orders of everyone who had purchased the same weapons and issued them gift cards instead.

 

More Anti 2nd Company’s Stocks Drop

Dick’s Sales, Stocks Drop Following Black Gun Ban

Following the Newtown shooting spree, Dick’s Sporting Goods changed their policy and stopped selling AR-pattern and other semi-automatic, magazine-fed rifles, even the guns they had already sold.

If there’s a silver lining for all the people who were eagerly waiting for that Troy Carbine and were vastly dissappointed, it’s that Dick’s isn’t doing so well in the financial department.

At a time where the only thing a company has to do to sell firearms, ammo and accessories is to unlock their doors, Dick’s sales have flat-lined. In fact, their sales dropped 2.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared to 2011.

The customers who bought the black Friday special carbine were issued gift cards. If I were one of them I would sue for my cash back. This was not a stocking issue, this was a purely political motivated descision. I have not and will not set foot in a Dick’s store again.

See the article Bad Company for a list of companies who fight against your rights.