Walmart is hoping to boost sales by putting guns on the shelves at more of its US stores.
About 1300 stores currently sell rifles, shotguns and ammunition -- but not handguns, except in Alaska.
Now Walmart will sell guns at about 2,000 stores.
The company stopped selling guns at a majority of its locations several years ago, blaming low demand.
But the company says because of struggling sales -- its adding more merchandise.
Walmart says the stores that will begin selling firearms will be in areas where hunting and fishing are popular.
A spokesman says people will have to complete the necessary forms and background checks before they can buy guns.