Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Wal-Mart Suspends Future Ammo Shipments

Wal-Mart once again makes headlines with its ammo sales

Wal-Mart Suspends Future Ammo Shipments

Wal-Mart has temporarily discontinued ammunition sales pending “the upcoming decision on the Second Amendment.” The decision by Wal-Mart’s corporate office to discontinue future arms sales is most likely in light of expected anticipated gun control recommendations made to Congress, and uncertainty about the legality of certain guns in the near future.
A Wal-Mart customer was in the office as an unwitting employee called their headquarters about his store’s shortage, only to receive the following response.
“As of right now we are unsure of what new legislation might be coming, and because of this, we are suspending new orders. We will continue to sell what is already in stock in stores and at our distribution centers, but any new orders will not be shipped until the issue is resolved”.
In keeping with its characteristic tight savings and sales techniques, the decreasing stock of ammunition at Wal-Mart has caused prices to increase.  One customer reports a 60-cent increase on all types of ammo still available at the store.
Wal-Mart’s temporary discontinuation of ammunition is certainly good news for anti-gun activists such as forcechange.com and Michael Moore.  The former individually targeted Wal-Mart’s CEO Michael Duke with a letter writing campaign while the latter investigated the superstore’s lax ammo buying regulations in his documentary “Bowling for Columbine.”


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  1. Be very vary careful aabout what you are writing. I work for Walmart and I know this to be untrue.

    1. I also work for Wal-Mart and our gun and ammo shelves have been bare for nearly one month, because the automatic replenishment system is mysteriously no longer working. In addition, we received an operational newsletter that states that all MSR, or modern sporting rifles, all handgun ammunition, all .223, 5.56, 7.62, .22 caliber, and all target shotgun shells in 100 round packs have been "hard blocked" meaning that stores can no longer attempt to manually order these products to satisfy their customers. This is just another way the Obama administration is attempting to get it's way with gun control.

  2. I hope that in this case you are correct. Just passing the word on from my source...