Last month, multiple gun manufacturers severed ties with Dick's Sporting Goods after they hired a gun control lobbying firm. Now, another company has kissed its relationship with Dick's once and for all.
Firearms accessories company, Hogue, said they're distancing themselves from Dick's Sporting Goods and its affiliate, Field & Stream, over their stance on the Second Amendment.
“Hogue has a long-standing tradition of supporting American enthusiasts with top quality firearm accessories and refuses to work with any organization who supports restricting the rights our Founders fought to provide and protect,” third-generation managing owner Neil Hogue told Guns.com.
Houge joins Mossberg, Springfield Armory and Hi-Point in severing ties with the sporting goods company. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) also expelled Dick's membership.
“We are happy to stand alongside our friends in the industry, such as Springfield Armory, who no longer work with Dick’s,” Hogue said.