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Old August 31st, 2016, 09:46 AM #1
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Angry Wal Mart temporarily blocking sales of firearms outside of Maryland and 10 others

Just got off the phone with WalMart headquarters. Wal Mart has put a temporary block on selling firearms to residents outside of MD and 10 or 11 other states due to the BS laws that states like MD passed banning or restricting certain firearms. They are working with the ATF to figure it out. So if you're a resident of MD there's a gun in a WalMart store in any other state besides MD, NO SALE!
I've had it with this mf'ing state!!
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What prompted you to have to call Wal-Mart headquarters?
Just needed to make a phone call today?
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Old August 31st, 2016, 09:56 AM #3
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Didn't they stop selling ebr ?

So what gives not selling long guns and shotguns?
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Just after MOM's firearm law passed, visiting family in Florida, stopped by local WalMart. Fondling a few long guns and talking to the salesperson, who turned out to be a retired school teacher from Maryland. He showed me a company bulletin, restricting all firearms sales to MD residents until the lawyers understood the MD law.
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What prompted you to have to call Wal-Mart headquarters?
Just needed to make a phone call today?
I found a Ruger American for $199, but then told I couldn't buy being a MD resident. I called because just like calling MSP, you never get the same answer or if you do, it's vague. I'm tired of playing guessing games...I'm a get to the point type when it comes to this. Why waste time asking questions to people who don't know...go right to the source/top.
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Just after MOM's firearm law passed, visiting family in Florida, stopped by local WalMart. Fondling a few long guns and talking to the salesperson, who turned out to be a retired school teacher from Maryland. He showed me a company bulletin, restricting all firearms sales to MD residents until the lawyers understood the MD law.
3 years later...I swear it seems like the subtle beginning of a total ban. First handguns and AR type rifles, now everything.
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3 years later...I swear it seems like the subtle beginning of a total ban. First handguns and AR type rifles, now everything.
Of course. And I have nothing but contempt for "gun owners" who support bans on "scary semi-automatic assault weapons of war" and think that their pistols and hunting rifles will be left alone.
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Of course. And I have nothing but contempt for "gun owners" who support bans on "scary semi-automatic assault weapons of war" and think that their pistols and hunting rifles will be left alone.
AMEN I have a cuz, who is a former Marine, with a PA CCW & hunter. Who believes private citizens should be banned from owning AR type firearms and against large capacity magazines for any firearm.

For sure many heated debates between cousins.

Just doesn't make sense.
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AMEN I have a cuz, who is a former Marine, with a PA CCW & hunter. Who believes private citizens should be banned from owning AR type firearms and against large capacity magazines for any firearm.

For sure many heated debates between cousins.

Just doesn't make sense.
You can point out to him that the banners told us that 10 rounds was as low as they were going to go, and then NY immediately turned around after Sandy Hook and reduced it to 7. Canada is already 5. The left desires a full ban on privately owned firearms, and anyone who doesn't see that is either stupid or delusional.
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