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    Target looking at there firearm policy

    Just came across this and wanted to pass it on. Looks like target is looking at changing there firearm policy. I called the number and sent out an email.I hope you will do the same.


    http://www.pagunblog.com/2014/06/09/...eping-gun-ban/

    Thank you for your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy bilt View Post
    Just came across this and wanted to pass it on. Looks like target is looking at changing there firearm policy. I called the number and sent out an email.I hope you will do the same.


    http://www.pagunblog.com/2014/06/09/...eping-gun-ban/

    Thank you for your time.
    Their.

    Thanks for the notice. I gave them a call.

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    While we should be a loud voice this blog post is nothing more of the same thing with Walmart after Sandy Hook massacre. It is a claim based on fears instead of facts, we should not fall into this type of thinking. And if it happens it happens, Walmart will send candy and flowers accompanied by a thank you note to Target. Probably Kmart too, actually struggling Kmart would probably kiss them.

    Yes email and call, write letters, but don't succumb to rumor.

    Just my own gut feeling is that Target will issue a similar statement to Starbucks who set the standard for non ban/ban, literally a policy that has meant nothing. Just something to get the nut cases to go away. I wish I could say I would still shop in Target if they issue a non ban/ban but I never liked them to begin with. They sell essentially the same products as Walmart for higher price, and there are Walmarts everywhere close.

    If I want high end products I will use online, and local vendors and actually get high end products, not pay high end prices for low end products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    [ ... ] If I want high end products I will use online, and local vendors and actually get high end products, not pay high end prices for low end products.
    Great Wall Mart of China trash repackaged.

    Use these Made In USA

    http://www.madeinusa.org/

    http://madeintheusa.com/

    http://americansworking.com/

    There are many more. Shop local, buy local, eat local. Eschew BigBox stores. Shop Mom&Pop
    I am responsible for my writing, not your understanding of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    Shop local, buy local, eat local. Eschew BigBox stores. Shop Mom&Pop
    Still made in China.

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