Dick's reported over $60 million in net income, or 59 cents per share, according to a company release. Sales reached nearly $2 billion, up 4.6 percent from last year.
In response, Dick's has increased its full-year forecast to between $2.92 and $3.12 per share, up from the anticipated $2.80 to $3 per share, the company stated.
Dick's also reported that online sales sales jumped 24 percent.
Same-store sales fell 2.5 percent. The company blamed this on a decline in hunting and sporting sales, as well as cold spring weather, CNBC reports.
Dick’s is not the only big retailer to change its gun policy since the Parkland school shooting.
Walmart raised the minimum age to buy a gun to 21 earlier this year. Kroger also said it will begin phasing out gun sales at Fred Meyer stores.