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MidwayUSA joins in restricting to LEOs
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http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2013/02...ans-apply/

Count Midway in with Olympic, York and LaRue

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I'm the only one that applauds Midway?

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bigdawgbeav;80741 Wrote:I'm the only one that applauds Midway?

No sir, I was quite happy to read this. I've often wondered if I am doing a disservice to the community by shopping with Midway, I can say 100% for sure now that I am not.
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Count me in on the support.
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#5
This is great news. I will now shop there over Amazon.com for my gun accessories/supplies. I'm writing them an email now to let them know.
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If I meet him again I'll let him know we approve.
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Now its time for glock and colt.
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ExcelToExcel;81893 Wrote:Now its time for glock and colt.

I'm not sure a publicly traded company could if they wanted to. They have a legal obligation to their shareholders to maximize profits. If they refused new government contracts, I bet those CEOs would get booted pretty quickly.
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TheWolff;82142 Wrote:
ExcelToExcel;81893 Wrote:Now its time for glock and colt.

I'm not sure a publicly traded company could if they wanted to. They have a legal obligation to their shareholders to maximize profits. If they refused new government contracts, I bet those CEOs would get booted pretty quickly.

Glock, at the very least, is not a publicly traded company. I certainly couldn't get quotes on where their stock is trading at the very least. So they could feasibly take a stand with us. Remington is a subsidiary of a publicly traded company though and as such would have to follow the lead of the parent company.
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