Me too, and in turn, will buy more DD stuff. Remember a while back there was a guy from DD on here... wonder if he's still around. I'd like to hear his insider comments on the matter.Way to go DD, I for one will no longer shop at academy stores. Best way to send a message is hurt their profits.
To whom it may concern,
I am very disappointed in your recent policy to hide all your "AR style" rifles and related items from your store shelf's nationwide. I understand that you want to be seen as a family friendly atmosphere, but you are sending a wrong message to our youth. By your actions with this new policy, you are saying that the "gun" is the problem and not the person pulling the trigger. Again demonizing the object and not the person committing the crime.
Guns Don't Kill, People Kill.
I would also like to take this time to notify you as a result of your new policy I will no longer be shopping at any of your locations. Academy has been a great resource for all my sporting and outdoor needs, however since you obviously do not support the proper gun education of our youth I cannot support your company. Even if you reverse this new policy, you have shown your true colors and the damage has been done.
Based upon your "Updated MSR Advertising/Display Guidelines" I will no longer be shopping in your stores. I've purchased firearms from you in the past, as well as archery supplies and general outdoor sports equipment and supplies. I'm very disappointed to hear of your caving in to misguided liberal talking points about "dangerous guns". EVERY gun owner should be able to boldly explain that it's not the gun that's to blame but the nut behind the trigger ... or even more clearly, that the problem in Orlando was Islamic Jihad, not the weapon used.