Owner Gael Stirler and her husband and business partner, Jake Stirler, were forced to lay off employees and move the business to an online-only format, "We'll be working for nothing for a while," she said. "We lost $25,000 in March. That's more than some people make in a year. We've had to pour our own savings into the company just to keep it going."
The online store will continue to sell clothing and most gear, but not weapons, which are awkward to ship, Stirler said.