Outdoor sports toy sales have been on the rise for years.
According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, they have grown from a little over $7 billion in 2013 to more than $24 billion in 2018.
The demand has been fueled by increased interest in outdoor sports and outdoor shooting in general.
But while these are exciting trends, there are still some serious concerns surrounding indoor shooting.
One of the biggest concerns is whether or not indoor shooting can be safely and responsibly done.
Here’s what you need to know about indoor shooting safety.
Outdoor sports toys and sporting goods retailer Walmart said it has removed outdoor sports toy and shooting accessories from its online store after finding them to be inappropriate for children.
According the retailer, the products “do not meet the standards of safety and quality required by the Department of Consumer Protection.”
In a statement to Business Insider, Walmart said that “in light of this situation, we have removed these products from our online store.”
In addition to removing the products, Walmart says it will not be selling the products at its stores.
“We understand that this has been a difficult decision, and we will not rest until all products are no longer on our shelves,” Walmart said.
It added that Walmart has made changes to the way it stores the products it sells, which it says will help prevent this type of situation in the future.
Walmart’s statement to the WSJ also said that it has made a number of changes to its online stores in recent years.
The company said it is removing the following items from its website: guns, shooting ranges, target shooting equipment, shooting and hunting supplies, and firearms and accessories.
Walmart also said it would not sell guns to people under 18.
Walmart says that these items “do meet the requirements of the Department, and our policy is to prohibit minors from purchasing them.”
This means that, at least in the United States, kids can’t purchase these products in stores.
Walmart added that its website is currently updated to prohibit the sale of guns to anyone under the age of 18, except for in limited circumstances.
But if you’re thinking that this is a good thing, it should come as no surprise that the NRA, which has fought for decades to protect children from guns, has come out against the changes Walmart has announced.
“While we applaud Walmart’s efforts to end these dangerous products, it’s unfortunate that Walmart’s changes to gun safety standards only go so far,” NRA spokesman Chris Cox said in a statement.
“These are just the latest examples of the corporate agenda of the ‘no kids, no guns’ campaign that is now taking over our nation’s youth.
It is time to stop these dangerous policies and make sure that the children of our country are protected and that we’re taking a stand against the dangerous agenda of corporate greed.”
Walmart said in its statement to CNBC that it had removed the products that it was removing from its site because of safety concerns.
It also said in the statement that Walmart “has made changes in its online sales, which will help to reduce gun sales to children under 18.”
In the meantime, the NRA said that Walmart should remove its products from its store shelves and should make “clear, explicit, and unambiguous assurances” that they won’t sell firearms to children.
This is an important step, but it isn’t enough.
Walmart can take further action to ensure that children can’t buy these products.
It can, for example, make sure it’s not selling these items to anyone who is under 18 years old.
If Walmart is worried about this happening, it can make sure its store employees are trained to help prevent any such situation.
Walmart should also make it clear to its employees that they can’t sell these products to children unless they have a special dispensation.
That way, employees won’t have to deal with children buying guns from Walmart.
If you live in a state that doesn’t require a special license, you can buy these items from Walmart without a special order from Walmart, and you can then sell them to your children without a need to obtain a special permit.
Walmart could also make the products available to anyone 21 years of age or older, regardless of whether they’re legally allowed to purchase them.
If the NRA really wants to protect kids from guns and outdoor sports products, this is something Walmart should do.
But the NRA’s stance against the company’s decisions will only make it more difficult for Walmart to implement these changes.
In fact, Walmart has already taken steps to protect its employees from this issue.
It hired a special safety consultant to work with Walmart to help with safety issues.
It has also hired a second safety consultant who will monitor all of its safety procedures and conduct additional audits to ensure it is following the NRA regulations.
The NRA says that it’s looking forward to working with Walmart, but its members are still upset.
“The NRA has made clear that they will never allow firearms to be sold to children,” said NRA Senior Vice President and General Counsel