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    Is anyone else really not shopping at Walmart anymore?

    It's been a couple of weeks are you still holding out?
    I simply refuse to step foot in the doors now.

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    Iíve never been a hardcore Wally World shopper. Not sure if their dubious actions of late will affect the frequency of my trips there.


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    Same here.

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    ditto
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    Always been a last resort stop, mostly because of the nature of other customers and the pita of checking out.
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    I held out for over ten years until they built a nice new store at the same time and property as the new bass pro.
    Then I started buying ammo and work clothing there.
    Now
    Between the ca ammo law - their new anti stance and their not restocking of pants I buy Iím out again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingnut308 View Post
    Always been a last resort stop, mostly because of the nature of other customers and the pita of checking out.
    http://www.peopleofwalmart.com


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    Being a glass is half full kind of guy, I do see the silver lining in this situation. At least now you can cut your exposure to the purple hair crowd by at least 50% since Walmart seems to be a population center for them.


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    I never liked walmart. My mother in law loved that place and whenever i had to take her i felt like trash walking through the doors. For good reason as its the number 1 store in the US for theft. From the people that walmart let camp in their parking lot to the questionable customers, i try to avoid that place like the plague.
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    Correct. However, I was never a big patron of Wally world to begin with. Bought a tv there once back in 2010. Otherwise maybe $100 a year in random purchases. A paint brush here, some socks there, a few lightbulbs. Bought a pocket knife last year. This year I had a friend who was going hog hunting. I told him to bag me one, he told me to supply a cooler. So I bought a large cooler.

    As I said in other posts. I never considered them a place to buy ammo since almost everywhere else is either same price or more selection. And I can get food cheaper and sometimes better and cheaper elsewhere.

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    not only am I sticking to my no wal mart policy.....now I will actively seek to buy stuff from people around the hood that boost from wal mart----fuck em
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    I'm still shopping there once a week. It's the closest place to go, and the $ I save literally goes into gun related purchases. With kids, I have to save as much as I can.

    ... And there's a range within earshot.
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    There is a Walmart in Winchester,VA that's pretty good IMO and there's one in Martinsburg, WV that's a dive .
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    I went last week to get a Federal battle pack of 5.56 for my son's birthday. Shelves were well stocked, no price gouging or panic buying. Alot of shotgun shells sold but small game opens here soon.

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    So, how about this. We make a list of stores that are 100% pro-gun to shop at for our daily needs.
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