New York’s historic Trinity Wall Street church, a small shareholder in Cabela’s Inc., wants the Nebraska-based outdoor gear retailer to stop selling certain high-capacity firearms, a move that continues to shine a spotlight on the highly politicized issue of gun control.
New York’s historic Trinity Wall Street church, a small shareholder in Cabela’s Inc., wants the Nebraska-based outdoor gear retailer to stop selling certain high-capacity firearms, a move that continues to shine a spotlight on the highly politicized issue of gun control. File photo by Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
New York’s historic Trinity Wall Street church, a small shareholder in Cabela’s Inc., wants the Nebraska-based outdoor gear retailer to stop selling certain high-capacity firearms, a move that continues to shine a spotlight on the highly politicized issue of gun control. File photo by Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Shareholding church wants Cabela’s to limit firearm sales

December 26, 2015 05:27 PM

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