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Sears anti-gun?
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Just left Park City Plaza, in Lancaster. The Associate wanted to remind me that Sears has an anti-gun policy, after seeing my USCCA Tee shirt. No signs, as I looked around both after she said something and before entering both the plaza and the store. My reply, "Do you want to frisk me?" Returned my lifetime guaranteed tools and strolled out.


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He said that because of a T-Shirt? I think I would have been asking to speak to a manager to inform them that one of their employees is costing their already failing business sales.
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Sears does have an anti-gun policy concerning their employees but a lot of companies do (not that it's ok). There was nothing ever said about customers. I think and employee was trying to push their agenda on you.


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Sears still exists?
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Wasn't too long ago you could BUY guns from sears. And they would even mail it to you. Wtf.
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(09-09-2016, 06:03 PM)streaker69 Wrote: He said that because of a T-Shirt? I think I would have been asking to speak to a manager to inform them that one of their employees is costing their already failing business sales.


My T-shirt says, "Responsibly Armed American", so SHE felt compelled to explain me Sears' policy. Obviously and admittedly she "hates" guns.


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(09-09-2016, 06:57 PM)sgtsandman Wrote: Sears does have an anti-gun policy concerning their employees but a lot of companies do (not that it's ok). There was nothing ever said about customers. I think and employee was trying to push their agenda on you.


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I first thought that, but what I've read so far, the jury is still out as to whether or not that anti-gun sentiment is extended to customers. That was the basis for my post, is it employee policy, customer policy, or both?


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(09-09-2016, 08:22 PM)ivwarrior Wrote: Sears still exists?


They could close the rest of the store down and the tools, appliances, and lawn care section would still survive. Admittedly, as a homeowner I love their tools. I also own my father's Craftsman snow blower and roto-tiller. I mow my lawn with a Craftsman lawn tractor. My wife's sewing machine is a Kenmore.


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(09-09-2016, 08:24 PM)Mr_Gixxer Wrote: Wasn't too long ago you could BUY guns from sears. And they would even mail it to you. Wtf.


I think it might be their K-Mart ties?


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DeadEye;174626 Wrote:as a homeowner I love their tools.
So, you don't use tools much, or just never used quality ones?
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DeadEye;174626 Wrote:
(09-09-2016, 08:22 PM)ivwarrior Wrote: Sears still exists?


They could close the rest of the store down and the tools, appliances, and lawn care section would still survive. Admittedly, as a homeowner I love their tools. I also own my father's Craftsman snow blower and roto-tiller. I mow my lawn with a Craftsman lawn tractor. My wife's sewing machine is a Kenmore.


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(09-09-2016, 08:24 PM)Mr_Gixxer Wrote: Wasn't too long ago you could BUY guns from sears. And they would even mail it to you. Wtf.


I think it might be their K-Mart ties?


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Kmart sold guns long after Sears stopped. You can also buy Craftsman tools at Kmart now.

Speaking of Craftsman tool. they are now made in China.
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Normanvin;174637 Wrote:
DeadEye;174626 Wrote:They could close the rest of the store down and the tools, appliances, and lawn care section would still survive. Admittedly, as a homeowner I love their tools. I also own my father's Craftsman snow blower and roto-tiller. I mow my lawn with a Craftsman lawn tractor. My wife's sewing machine is a Kenmore.


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I think it might be their K-Mart ties?


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Kmart sold guns long after Sears stopped. You can also buy Craftsman tools at Kmart now.

Speaking of Craftsman tool. they are now made in China.

My father specifically put in his will that I get all of his tools. He has a lot of American made Craftsman tools that are built like a brick shit house.
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