Hell yeah! After reading the comments recently from the owner of Troy Industries, I wondered which direction this was going to go. I was entirely disappointed with DSG (though I rarely bought anything from them) for making this rash decision. For what its worth, my daughter wanted to go to the mall to do some shopping yesterday. While she was busy doing her thing, I went through the local DSG to see just what they had on the racks. Of course there were no tactical style firearms, but they still had all of the accessories for 'em. Ammo was still available (I even seen a few random boxes on a table, unmonitored, 3' from the exit). There were no signs stating their reasons or that they've even removed the rifles at all. On the other hand, the local Cabela's is working hard to keep up stock levels. They ran out of everything tactical related before Christmas. The day after, they got in 32 more AR-15s and sold them all by afternoon. They got a 2nd shipment in that afternoon and had only one left at closing time. They now have a truckload (it seems) of 20 and 30 round magazines...and they have kept their standard list prices. They've even continued to honor their published sales prices.