Wow this needs confirmation... http://investmentwatchblog.com/breaking-confirmed-wal-mart-is-not-going-...
Yet I don't think it holds water except maybe on the 223 ammo.......I never buy much of anything from wallyworld....it is an emergency store only.
If Wally made a policy of shutting down their sporting goods, that would be a boom for the local guys, so IMO, I hope it happens cuz wally world is nothing but a drain on the people..it's filled with china trinkets, bought by people who don't need them and can least afford them........take away the Snap cards and wallyworld looses 35-40% of it's patrons and it's bottom line gets crushed which causes China a very bad headache.
I wanted to check the accuracy of the story that I posted earlier pertaining to the empty ammunition shelves at Walmart.
It is true. They are almost completely sold out, almost everything that I could use is gone,
just found some birdshot left on the shelf, and I took it.
The shelves are empty, and it looks like it's going to stay that way.
Suppose Wal-Mart doesn't want to be stuck with a pile of ammo in the warehouse and at store level that can't be sold should a bill be passed restricting same. Smart business sense.