No age-based restrictions on gun sales for buyers age 18 and up, Oregon appeals court rules

The verdict overturns a lower court ruling that upheld a Bi-Mart store policy to limit gun and ammunition sales to buyers age 21 and up.

SALEM, Ore. — Note: The video above originally aired on Sept. 24.

The Oregon Court of Appeals on Wednesday reversed a lower court’s decision to throw out an age discrimination lawsuit against a gun retailer, declaring it illegal to deny gun sales to buyers between the ages of 18 and 20.

Brandy Dalbeck filed a $10,000 lawsuit against Bi-Mart in 2018 after the company’s Florence store refused to sell her a hunting rifle when she was 18.

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