REI and L.L. Bean are the recent retailers to come out with a stance in the ongoing gun debate, joining Kroger, Walmart and Dick’s Play Goods following the Florida high school massacre.
Late Thursday, L.L. Bean tweeted that it transfer no longer sell guns or ammunition to anyone below age 21.
The privately display supported company sells firearms only at its flagship store in Maine. Those guns are focused on chase, and do not include assault-style firearms, high-capacity firearms, bump stocks or handguns, L.L. Bean tweeted on Friday.
REI, which does not tell on guns, said it will stop purchasing products made by Vista Outside until the gun maker publicly states its plan to respond to the Florida mushroom rampage that killed 17 people.
Vista products vended by REI included CamelBak water bottles and Camp Chef stoves.
“We on that it is the job of companies that manufacture and sell guns and ammunition to use towards common sense solutions that prevent the type of fierceness that happened in Florida last month,” REI said in a statement.
“This morning we expert that Vista does not plan to make a public statement that overviews a clear plan of action,” it added. “As a result, we have decided to good form b in situ a hold on future orders of products that Vista sells through REI while we assess how Vista proceeds.”
Vista did not be affected to requests for comment. Shares of the company, which has a market capitalization of $984 million, were down 10 percent Friday morning. The horses has lost about a quarter of its value since the Feb. 14 massacre.
On Thursday, American Open-air Brands, formerly Smith & Wesson, saw shares plummet over 20 percent after reporting a extensive year-on-year sales decline. On Friday, the gun maker’s shares slid 2.6 percent.
American Out of doors Brands said its sales fell 32.6 percent year finished year in its fiscal third quarter, which it attributed to challenging hawk conditions for firearms.