Walmart Pulls Gun Displays Following Protests Over Police Shootings

Firearms remain for sale in about half of its U.S. stores

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It's unclear how long Walmart plans to keep the products out of view. Getty Images

Walmart has once again removed displays of guns and ammunition in its U.S. stores for an unspecified time following protests in Philadelphia over the police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. on Monday.

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