WASHINGTON – Wal-Mart, the nation’s largest firearms seller, announced plans for toughening its rules for gunsales on Monday. The following changes will be implemented:
- Creating a record and alert system to record when a gun sold at Wal-Mart is later used in a crime. If the purchaser of that gun later tries to buy another gun at Wal-Mart, the system would alert the sales clerk of the prior buy and could refuse to make the sale.
- Retaining the recorded images of gun sales in case law enforcement wants to view them later as part of an investigation.
- Expanding background checks of employees who handle guns and expanding inventory controls.
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by Tactical-Life.com / Apr 15, 2008