Table of Contents
Can you guns at Walmart?
The world’s largest retailer said customers can continue to purchase firearms on request. The world’s largest retailer said Thursday that customers can continue to purchase guns and ammunition by request. Walmart currently sells firearms at about half of its 4,700 U.S. stores.
Is Walmart putting guns back on shelves?
Walmart is returning guns and ammunition back to its shelves after removing them from display as a safety precaution, citing this week’s “isolated civil unrest.” Now the company says the action was prompted by damage this week to some of its stores, and that it’s ready to restore guns and ammunition to their displays.
Why did Walmart get rid of guns?
Walmart is returning guns and ammunition back to its shelves after removing them from display as a safety precaution, citing this week’s “isolated civil unrest.” The retailer had instructed its stores Wednesday to take firearms out of view to a secure location in the back, to be sold upon request.
Is Walmart going to sell firearms again?
Walmart Chief Executive Doug McMillon said last year that stores would continue to sell firearms and ammunition that appeal to hunters. Appeared in the October 31, 2020, print edition as ‘Walmart To Put Guns Back In Stores.
Why did Walmart put the guns back?
A few days after making the decision to remove ammunition and firearms from displays at stores as a safety precaution, citing “civil unrest” in some areas, Walmart said it made the decision to put those items back on store shelves for customer satisfaction. …
Is Walmart putting guns back on the shelves?
Is Walmart putting guns back on the shelf?
Is Walmart pulling guns and ammo?
The country’s largest retailer had asked all of its stores to move firearms and ammunition to a secure backroom area of the store out of “an abundance of caution” on Thursday, Walmart spokesperson Kory Lundberg told NBC News in an email. …
Why did Walmart stop selling guns and ammunition?
“We have seen some isolated civil unrest and as we have done on several occasions over the last few years, we have moved our firearms and ammunition off the sales floor as a precaution for the safety of our associates and customers,” said Kory Lundberg, a Walmart spokesperson.