VIDEO: Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO reveals massive value of rifles they’ve destroyed
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Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack said his company destroyed $5 million worth of assault rifles as part of its tough stance on guns.
In his new book and in an interview with “CBS News Sunday,” Stack shared how the company turned the guns into scrap metal.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I said, ‘You know what? If we really think these things should be off the street, then we need to destroy them,'” Stack told CBS News.
“We need to destroy them.” The CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods says more than $5 million worth of assault-style rifles were destroyed after the company stopped selling them. https://t.co/X2p0Vlsop1
— KDKA (@KDKA) October 8, 2019
Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack said his company destroyed $5 million worth of assault rifles, driving the NRA and gun reform advocates to Twitter. https://t.co/NSu3UwZrMD
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) October 8, 2019
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