Well I really don't have an issue either way since I never purchased ammo or firearms from Walmart. Just had an opportunity to add my $0.02 regarding small business lol.
The one thing that is known though is they attended the gun bashing meetings with Biden and supported making ftf sales going through an FFL, which makes sense because they are about 13% of the firearms sales industry, whic means they would have something to profit from having equity in the ftf market. Not selling ammo or anything wouldn't make sense though because they don't really profit from the background checks just the transfer fee and where they would make money is having ammo to sell to a guy once he gets a gun from the sale.
If MAGPUL announced that they are 1 million PMAGS in the red on back order than it would seem a place that owns 13% of the market would be back ordered on ammo and that might just be that specific store and Walmart headquarters might just be filling orderes to the stores with higher volumes of firearms/ammo sales first. Who knows?
I still think local stores and shops are the way to go so I don't have a complaint either way.
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