Dick's Sporting Goods testing whether it should stop selling guns, report says

Dick's Sporting Goods could announce as early as Thursday a plan to stop selling guns at all of its stores, according to a report from CNN Business.

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In March, the Pittsburgh-headquartered company announced the retailer would stop selling firearms at 125 of its stores, leaving sales in about 600 stores.

The retailer said it would take a look at the impact on overall sales and complete a review by the end of this month.

This isn't the first time Dick's Sporting Goods announced a change in its gun policy. Two weeks after the Parkland Shooting in 2018, the retailer stopped selling assault-style rifles and said it wouldn't sell weapons or ammunition to anyone under the age of 21.

The announcement about a new gun policy could come Thursday when the company issues its quarterly report.

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