CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A Lowcountry business which sells guns, rifles, ammunition and accessories has issued a statement in wake of the mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida and the subsequent move by Dick's Sporting Goods to stop selling "assault-style" rifles.
Dick's also announced it would stop selling high-capacity magazines and would no longer sell guns to anyone under to age of 21 regardless of state policy.
The Palmetto State Armory's statement can be found below. The company says it continues to support the second amendment. It also clarifies the meaning of "AR" in"AR-15".
The company has stores in both Mount Pleasant and Summerville. The statement was sent prior to Walmart announcing it would not sell firearms and ammunition to customers under the age of 21.