D.C. shooting supply supplier ‘trying to make the most of a disaster’

After the DC shooting supply warehouse fire, the supplier is trying to make some sense of the tragedy by offering some of its products for sale on eBay.

In response to the incident, the seller, Clay Pigeon Shooting Supply, has decided to stop selling its products and is asking for donations to help its victims, as well as for legal representation.

A Facebook post from the seller says, “We are offering some help to those impacted by the tragedy at the FedEx Shooting Supply warehouse fire in DC.

We have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and condolences, and we appreciate your help.”

“Our heart breaks for the families of those who lost their lives in the fire, but the reality is that the tragedy is not going to be solved by legal means,” the post continues.

“It will be solved through donations to the families and the generosity of the community.

We will also continue to donate all of our supplies to the victims and families in our community.

Please help us make the best of a tragic event.”

Clay Pidgeon Shooting Supplies was established in 2011 as a small gun manufacturer.

The company manufactures a range of pistols, rifles and shotguns, and has a customer base of nearly 1,000 gun enthusiasts.

As a result, the company has built up a reputation for quality.

Its most recent product, the Clay Pippin Series, is a large-caliber pistol that features a gas piston action.

The Pippins feature a barrel that is threaded for an extended barrel length.

In addition to the Pippons, Clay also offers a number of smaller handguns.

“We have been manufacturing handguns and rifles for over a decade,” the company wrote on Facebook.

“In the last couple of years, we have added new features and improvements to our line to increase our capability to meet the evolving needs of our customers.

We are proud to offer these products at a competitive price and have the resources to continue to innovate in a manner that meets the needs of the gun community.”

The seller has been in business for more than four years.

The site has not yet offered an explanation for why the store is selling its product on eBay, and Clay Pingeons response has not been immediately returned to Ars.