PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Dick’s Sporting Goods is taking another step in tightening its gun sales.READ MORE: Seven Springs Opens For The Season This Weekend
The retailer will reportedly stop selling hunting equipment, including rifles and ammunition, at 125 stores in 2019.
The list of stores has not been released, but it will likely happen at locations that are not doing well.
Dick’s also says that it is dropping Reebok from stores as it focuses on replacing the brand with a new in-house private label.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Public Safety Urging People To Behave Responsibly During Pitt ACC Championship Game
Dick’s tightened gun sales in 2018 following the high school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Last year the company stopped selling firearms to those under 21-years-old.
They also stopped selling all assault style rifles.MORE NEWS: Police In Beaver County Searching For Missing 15-Year-Old Girl Nia Ivanisin
The company says it is replacing Reebok with a new in-house private label brand before schools open this fall.