Cheaper Than Dirt! recently announced that it was temporarily suspending online sales of firearms pending a review of its order processing and procedures. Well-known for its ability to process and ship orders within 24 hours, online sales have skyrocketed to a point where it may take up to 72 hours for firearms and other items to ship.

“In light of recent events, we believe it is prudent to review our policies and procedures to ensure we can continue to provide the products and firearms our customers demand,” said Chief Operations Officer Roberta Wilson. “We will resume online sales once we update our process and continue as we have always done by shipping firearms only to FFL dealers.”

Ms. Wilson closed with, “As a long-time supporter of the Second Amendment, we will continue to serve the needs of the firearms community while ensuring our unsurpassed level of quality and customer service.”

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One thought on “Cheaper Than Dirt! Temporarily Suspends Online Firearm Sales Pending Policy Review

  1. Sounds more like CTD is getting hammered by orders and is struggling to keep up. Irritating that this is being framed by the media as CTD “agreeing” to stop selling nasty firearms out of a sense of “guilt”. Nothing of the kind. Bud’s Gun Shop is also struggling to keep up with orders for firearms, so this is good news, not bad. Keep those gun orders coming & keep those companies busy. Good for business and good for the economy.

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