City Market is beginning to empty racks at their stores of magazines that feature assault weapons but will, for now, continue to stock outdoor and hunting magazines that do not have assault weapons on the cover or featured in the magazine.

This is the latest move by parent company Kroger who has already raised the age to purchase a firearm and ammunition to 21-years-old at the company's Fred Meyer stores.

The company wasn't specific on how they would screen magazines for photos or content that feature assault rifles, commonly known as military-style semi-automatic rifles. They also did not say what, if any, other magazines would replace the banned gun magazines.