Kroger's and gun magazines

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Kroger's and gun magazines

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Seems Kroger's is jumping on the band wagon.

https://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/kroger ... es-stores/

My reply as posted to the Kroger Comment page.

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I have shopped at Kroger Stores most of my adult life (52 YO) but that looks to be coming to an end. I was not happy to see that Krogers will stop selling magazines such as Firearm News and Military Surplus which I buy at your stores. I also buy Cooking magazines which I hope does not put me in a restricted class of Americans. I maybe spend $150 a week on my family and some more when I buy for the church. It is your right to sell what you want as it is my right to shop where I want. When these magazines disappear so will I (from your store) to a competitor of which I am blessed with many in my city.


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Good for you! Stand up for your rights.
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Well done. No Kroger stores in my area, but I'll never shop at Dick's sporting goods ever again.

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I also have stopped doing my shopping at dicks, we have kids in sports and have spent a lot of money over the years on equipment, clothes and hunting supplies, I now go elsewhere for everything we need. I can't support them anymore.

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Due to a lot of under cutting on book prices most of the magazine/book stores are closing and it is getting difficult to find an actual magazine store. Most food stores just carry womens magazines. I get subscriptions to the ones I want like Gun collector, Handloader ect. Easier than trying to find mag rack in the small towns. I could drive an hour into the Ghetto they call down town Milwaukee- still a few magazine stores down town with no parking , bums, and kids stealing cars. Mag racks may become a thing of the past. Kroger bought out wi PICK & SAVE stores and got rid of the large section of magazines as improvements. I shop the PIG. No magazines in the small town store except at the check out. Currently Cabelas is the only store that stocks all the gun/firearm mags as they come out. Cabelas is now the best site to pick up on the current firearms magazines.
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