Again, still digging out from last week.
h/t to Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit.
CNN story here.
In 2006, Wal-Mart (WMT, Fortune 500), the world's largest retailer stopped selling guns in the majority of its stores, blaming slow demand for those types of firearms. Lopez said Wal-Mart is focusing on stores in areas where hunting and fishing are popular activities.
Hmmmm, Maybe it's just that Wal-Mart isn't selling the right kind of guns.
How about this one:
Yeah, it's probably Chinese made. But if the price point is somewhere below $1000 for a new one with 2 magazines and a case out the door, then I'd bite.
No. Everyone does not have one yet. In fact, the AR has yet to be Wal-Marketed. Imagine the market field available if Wal-Mart were to jump into AR-15's, the accessories, and parts? Imagine the horror of the left at the mainstreaming of Evil Black Rifles.
How about this stuff here:
XM-193AF on stripper clips. Can you do 900 rounds under $300 with a 30 Cal can? I'm in.
Or how about this beauty,
Mossberg 500 shotgun.
Or how about reloading supplies?
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