Walmart Won’t Sell Guns And Ammunition To People Younger Than 21
March 1, 2018 17:43
After the mass shooting at the Florida high school, the Walmart decided to review its firearm sales policy regarding selling guns and ammunition. As a result, it was agreed to raise the minimum age to 21.
It means Walmart will no longer sell firearms to those people who are younger than 21. It is a very important and long-awaited decision, and there is a hope that the whole nation will feel itself more safe and secure.
NEWS: Walmart will be increasing the firearms and ammunition purchasing age to 21 "in light of recent events." pic.twitter.com/hYLW5aeZkR
— Polly Mosendz (@polly) 28 февраля 2018 г.