Months after Dick's Sporting Goods made the move to stop selling assault-style rifles, the company is now considering removing all hunting gear.
Dick's CEO Edward Stack revealed during a conference call that they removed all hunting gear from 10 stores as a test run.
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The store replaced its hunting merchandise with a different assortment of baseball, licensed products, and outerwear.
Sales were down for the company last quarter, declining 4.5 percent.
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While Stack said the signs from their test were promising, no final decision has been made.
Dick's Sporting Goods considers removing all hunting gear from stores