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This week stores are taking it upon themselves to make changes to their gun sale policies.
Dick’s Sportings Good was the first to make the change, raising the age of purchase of guns to 21. Now, Walmart and The Kroger Company, who house Fred Meyer who sell guns at 43 of there 133, have now followed suit, changing their age of purchase for guns as well.
This all comes after the mass school shooting that killed 17 people in Florida. The change of guns laws has been very slow, but these stores have taken matters in there own hands.
Written by Clarke Jones