Posted October 26, 2018 10:00 am by Comments

By Tom Knighton

While most people do try to be good people, many of us fall very short of what we hope to be. I am no exception in that regard, but I’ll admit that there are times that I don’t even try. That’s especially true when I experience the sensation the Germans call “schadenfreude.”

Basically, that’s deriving joy out of the misery of others. Now, I won’t pretend this is the mark of a good man by and large, but considering the one suffering right now is Dick’s Sporting Goods, I think I’ll give myself a pass.

Citing breach of contract and fraud, Nevada-based Battle Born Munitions filed suit in federal court against Dick’s Sporting Goods this week.

At the root of the filing is what BBM says was the failure by Dick’s to hold up their end of a contract for the ammo distributor to supply the retailer with Field & Stream-branded ammo for resale in their stores. The delay by the big box sporting goods outlet, argues the filing, resulted in BBM losing out on a multi-million dollar contract to supply helicopters to an overseas U.S. ally.

The 11-page lawsuit filed Tuesday in a Pennsylvania federal court details …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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