They don't want you to open carry. They are not banning concealed carry.They also don't want you to carry on their stores.
Sam Walton is spinning in his grave.
From their web site:Now, they say they'll keep selling "sporting rifle" ammo. .223 is a popular varmint caliber, ya know.
So much wrong with that statement, including the fact that "short-barrel rifle" has a legal definition, and Walmart isn't allowed to sell those. *sigh*After selling through our current inventory commitments, we will discontinue sales of short-barrel rifle ammunition such as the .223 caliber and 5.56 caliber that, while commonly used in some hunting rifles, can also be used in large capacity clips on military-style weapons;
I don't have any rifles that must use "clips". My SKSs CAN use clips, but I never bother with 'em.From their web site:
So much wrong with that statement, including the fact that "short-barrel rifle" has a legal definition, and Walmart isn't allowed to sell those. *sigh*
Not at my Walmart. During the ammo shortage, when .22 was the hardest to come by, the employee who would call me to let me know they had ammo in stock told me that the manager would hide away all the .22 in a location in the back room away from the other ammo, and have her husband come buy it. No doubt, to resell online at a huge profit.They were good to me during the .22 ammo shortage