More Stores Make Moves To Change Gun/Ammo Purchase Guidelines

Kroger's Fred Meyer stores will no longer sell guns and ammunition to people younger than 21-years-old.  

The grocery chain said in a statement Thursday that it has taken a hard look at its policies and procedures for firearms sales.  

It pointed to the recent massacre at a South Florida high school as impetus for "responsible gun retailers" to take additional action.  

Walmart made a similar move yesterday, raising the age to purchase a gun from 18 to 21.

The companies are just two examples of various outlets and retailers who have changed their guns and ammo purchasing procedures in wake of the recent school shooting massacre in Parkland. 

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