Friday, May 4, 2018

Springfield Armory Severs Ties with Dick’s Sporting Goods & Field & Stream

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Springfield Armory is severing ties with Dick’s Sporting Goods and its subsidiary, Field & Stream, in response to their hiring a group for anti-Second Amendment lobbying.

This latest action follows Dick’s Sporting Goods’ decision to remove and destroy all modern sporting rifles (MSR) from their inventory. In addition, they have denied Second Amendment rights to Americans under the age of 21. We at Springfield Armory believe that all law abiding American citizens of adult age are guaranteed this sacred right under our Constitution.

It is clear where Dick’s Sporting Goods and its subsidiary, Field & Stream, stand on the Second Amendment, and we want to be clear about our message in response. Their position runs counter to what we stand for as a company. At Springfield Armory, we believe in the right and principles fought for and secured by American patriots and our founding forefathers, without question.

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  1. I’m sure many are like me, tired of just watching as our rights are stripped. I’ve begun writing letters to gun manufacturers and also ammunition manufacturers. I am requesting they sever all business with Dick’s also with Field and Stream. I was going to email, but most companies now have it almost impossible to just email them. I bought a box of envelopes, 100 stamps and am mailing physical letters. I’m guessing they carry more impact anyway. I will put a copy of the letter I am sending. Feel free to use it as is, or any part of it.


    As a gun owner and sportsman, I am appalled at “Dick’s Sporting Goods” hiring of Pro-Gun Control lobbyists to further restrict our Second Amendment Rights. As a manufacturer, I hope you will also help us sportsmen defend our liberty. In that regard, I urge you to consider severing ties with “Dick’s Sporting Goods” and their affiliate “Field and Stream.” I do understand business needs. However, I think the support you would receive from the sporting community would far exceed any minor loss from not selling to Dick’s or Field and Stream. Thank you, for your consideration in this issue.



    1. Excellent. Thanks.