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Old March 13, 2013, 01:44 PM   #4
ScottRiqui
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Do you deny the truth of what he was saying when he pointed out that a small business is courting bankruptcy when it sells all of its remaining stock at "regular" price, knowing full well that it may be *months* before they get anything from their distributor to take its place?

A company like Wal-Mart can afford to keep prices at "normal" levels, even if it means their stock will be gone in a day, because gun & ammo sales are a small portion of their bottom line. If they need to subsidize the lost revenues with their other sales for the next few months, they can afford to do it. Smaller specialty businesses can't do that.
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