1. Customers At Local Dick’s Sporting Goods React To CEO’s Decision To Destroy $5M Worth Of Assault Rifles  CBS Pittsburgh
  2. Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Says Company Destroyed $5 Million Worth Of Assault Rifles | TIME  TIME
  3. Dick's has destroyed $5 million worth of weapons, its CEO says  CNN
  4. A CEO Who Made the Tough Choices on Guns  Bloomberg
  5. Dick’s Sporting Goods Scrapped $5 Million Of Its Own Inventory To Dump Firearms  The Daily Caller
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It was just after the Sandy Hook attack that Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack made the decision to pull AR-15 assault rifles off the stores' shelves. It was just after the Sandy Hook attack that Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack made the decision to pull AR-15 assault rifles off the stores' shelves.

Customers At Local Dick’s Sporting Goods React To CEO’s Decision To Destroy $5M Worth Of Assault Rifles – CBS Pittsburgh

Dick's Sporting Goods is a retail behemoth, with an estimated 30,000 employees and 850 stores across the country. Dick's Sporting Goods is a retail behemoth, with an estimated 30,000 employees and 850 stores across the country. 

Dick's Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million worth of rifles. Here's how other companies limited gun and ammo sales.Dick's Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million worth of rifles. Here's how other companies limited gun and ammo sales.

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“RIFLES DESTROYED: Dick's Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million of semi-automatic rifles rather than sell them amid a string of mass shootings. https://t.co/4iXkODnGqs”

Anne Cutler on Twitter: "RIFLES DESTROYED: Dick's Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million of semi-automatic rifles rather than sell them amid a string of mass shootings. https://t.co/4iXkODnGqs"

Dick’s Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million worth of assault rifles instead of returning them to their manufacturers, the Findlay-based company’s CEO told CBS in an interview. CEO Edward Stack spoke to CBS national correspondent Lee Cowan in an interview that aired on “CBS Sunday Morning.” “If we really think theseDick’s Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million worth of assault rifles instead of returning them to their manufacturers, the Findlay-based company’s CEO told CBS in an interview. CEO Edward Stack spoke to CBS national correspondent Lee Cowan in an interview that aired on “CBS Sunday Morning.” “If we really think these

Dick’s Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million worth of guns, CEO Edward Stack says | TribLIVE.com

(CNN) — Dick’s Sporting Goods has destroyed $5 million of the chain’s gun inventory, its CEO said. After finding out that Dick’s had sold the Parkland shooter a shotgun, CEO Edward Stack decided last year the company would no longer sell firearm to anyone under 21. Dick’s announced it would destroy its inventory of weapons, […]

Dick's has destroyed $5 million worth of weapons, its CEO says | East Idaho News

Dick's CEO Ed Stack has been vocal on gun control. He told us why pulling back from gun sales has ultimately benefited his company.Dick's CEO Ed Stack has been vocal on gun control. He told us why pulling back from gun sales has ultimately benefited his company.

Dick's CEO on why he destroyed $5 million of assault weapons - Business Insider

After making the decision to pull AR-15 rifles from its shelves, Dick's Sporting Goods turned $5 million worth of the guns into scrap metal.After making the decision to pull AR-15 rifles from its shelves, Dick's Sporting Goods turned $5 million worth of the guns into scrap metal.

Dick's Sporting Goods Destroyed $5 Million Worth Of AR-15s

After 17 people were gunned down at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Dick's Sporting Goods chief executive Ed Stack said he was removing all assault-style weapons from company stores.After 17 people were gunned down at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Dick's Sporting Goods chief executive Ed Stack said he was removing all assault-style weapons from company stores.

Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO says overhauled gun policies cost the company a quarter of a billion dollars

Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack admitted that his push to remove guns from circulation led him to turn $5 million of guns in his own inventory to scrap metal.Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack admitted that his push to remove guns from circulation led him to turn $5 million of guns in his own inventory to scrap metal.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Scrapped $5 Million Of Its Own Inventory To Dump Firearms | The Daily Caller

'Even though it wasn't the gun he used. It could have been'

Dick’s Sporting Goods Scrapped $5 Million Of Its Own Inventory To Dump Firearms - The Daily Caller

The CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods says the company has destroyed over $5 million worth of assault-style rifles in the company's inventory, turning it into scrap metal. CEO Ed Stack made the revelation during an interview with CBS News, following up on the company's decision to shift its philosophy on firearm sales in the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.The CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods says the company has destroyed over $5 million worth of assault-style rifles in the company's inventory, turning it into scrap metal. CEO Ed Stack made the revelation during an interview with CBS News, following up on the company's decision to shift its philosophy on firearm sales in the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods says company has destroyed $5 million of assault-style rifles | WZTV

Dick's Sporting Goods overhauled policies on guns have cost the company about $250 million total.

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Dick's Sporting Goods Strikes Again: This Time They Destroyed Millions In AR-15s

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Dick's Sporting Goods Strikes Again: This Time They Destroyed Millions In AR-15s