[Ed. – Yeah, yeah. This is actually another of those things we need to rethink anyway. What in the world are we doing, giving 19-year-olds credit cards? As others will no doubt point out, of course, Citibank is late to the table on allowing only background-checked purchases. That’s pure, cynical, fact-free virtue-signaling, since no non-checked purchases are made on credit cards. “High-capacity” magazines? I’m betting whatever the state says is permissible, Citibank will allow the purchase of using its services. So much vacuous virtue-signaling to do, so little time.]
Citibank announced Thursday that it will start requiring clients to place some restrictions on gun sales, including banning the sale of firearms to anyone under the age of 21.
The bank will also require retail clients to only sell guns to individuals who have passed a background check and to not sell bump stocks or high-capacity magazines.
The company announced the changes in a statement condemning gun violence and slamming lawmakers for failing to pass gun control measures. It said the policy would apply to new clients.