I was grocery shopping with my two sons at a Walmart on (9-16-11). My oldest son (14) wanted to use his birthday money to buy an air
gun. When we got to the register, I had paid for my grocerys first. When it came time for my son's order, as soon as the cashier
scanned the air gun, he asked for my son's id. My son doesn't have an id, so I showed the cashier mine. The cashier said he couldn't
sell the gun to a minor. I asked why he couldn't sell it if an adult was present. He told me it didn't matter, it would be still
selling to a minor. He told me it was the law. I ended up paying for the gun myself. I just don't understand why he couldn't sell my
son the gun to my son when I was there. All I am trying to do is give my son a sense of responsibility.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Cashier.