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Friday, January 1, 2010

Cheaper Than Dirt to stop ammo sales to California government agencies

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Kurt Hofmann has the story here.

Cheaper Than Dirt is my favorite outfitter. 

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3 comments:

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
What can I say, a good Texas company doing it's part. Atleast the wearhouse I deal with is in Texas. As a buyers club member anything I order by noon is here the next day. I love these guys.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Texas people and businesses have admirably stood up for gun-owner's rights. Elizabeth Saunders of American Derringer is an example of such American heroism. CTD cutting off California government ammo sales is gutsy; governments (federal, state, and local) can be vindictive. Ronnie Barrett of Tennessee is another shining example of someone doing the "right thing" instead of worrying about profit. Gun-owners need to support those who support us; we need to vote at the polls and with our wallets.

Evyl Robot said...

Very cool! My hope for our society is partially renewed.