Sounds like lines are being drawn.
Wish we had a cabela’s in my area.
Its getting heated here in Harrisburg. Its a shame hunting outfits come from faraway to sell packages and lots of locals are planning on not attending the show at all.
The rabid liberals have not started their battle yet.
Call Cabelas and voice your support. They will listen! 800-237-4444 is the sales number. Ask for a supervisor and just tell them that you support them for pulling out. Unlike your elected congressional rep., they’ve listened!
Of course they could have taken another tack and said, yep we checked our inventory. We don’t sell anything called an “assault weapon” so we’ll be there with our full firearms catalog on display.
I think I'll thumb through the catalog tonight and see if there's anything I want.
Good for them. We have to let the libera-fascists know that we can’t be bullied.
Pain is a two way street
Kudos for Cabela and their enlightened leadership.
Shame on the RINO Corbett for letting this happen. Another reason to consider leaving this state...before its welfare system and underfunded public pensions force it into bankruptcy.
I usually attend the show. Instead, will now make a special visit to Cabela’s showplace on I-78 to celebrate their decision.
Good for Cabelas!! I will order more from them.
Rather than tie up Cabellas phone line and cut into their sales, email them and place your short supporting message in the subject line as they probably will be swamped and cannot read each one.
I live about equidistant from both the Cabela’s in East Hartford and Hoffman’s in Newington. Hoffman just recently announced that they are restricting sales of “Assault Weapons” (their term) to buyers with CCPs. I’ve got a gunsafe purchase planned for later this year and I’ll be getting that from Cabela’s
Cabelas has more integrity than all of those politicians in Washington.
Now let’s do our part. Head on over to Cabelas.com and send them a kind email, thanking them for taking this stand. I did it just now and will visit their Glendale store tomorrow and make a purchase.
Well, it looks like “Pennsylvania’s largest outdoor sports show” will likely have Dick’s Sporting Goods, a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream booth, American Apparel, Polo Ralph Lauren, and a guest appearance from “Flo” of Progressive Insurance.
I suspect Reed Elsevier, Euro parent company of Reed Exhibitions, is going to take a big hit to its wallet over this one.
Time to drive the hour to Dundee.
Glad I spent some money at Cabelas in East Hartford this weekend before the Rally!
Good for them.