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Kroger Joins Walmart, Dick’s, Raises Minimum Age for Gun Buyers to 21

Author: Diversity Inc, Published on: 1 March 2018

Kroger said... it will stop selling firearms and ammunition to buyers under the age of 21 at its Fred Meyer stores, becoming the third major U.S. retailer to set restrictions that are tougher than government regulations... “Recent events demonstrate the need for additional action on the part of responsible gun retailers,” Kroger said in an email... “We made the decision [Wednesday] that we will no longer sell assault-style rifles in Alaska nor accept any special orders of these weapons in this market,” a Kroger spokeswoman said.

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