I went to walmart the other day, and they finally had bricks of .22lr, and almost every other kind of ammo they normally stock. It was the most I've seen at walmart probably since before Obama. The bad news though, is that the prices of all of it has gone up again. 100rd packs of 9mm WWB was almost $24 IIRC, and a brick of federal bulk .22 was $18 I think. 9mm WWB was only $21 last time I bought some from walmart, and the last brick of federal .22 I bought was $14 or $15. Bi-mart jacked up all the prices of their stuff either late last year, or earlier this year, and I pretty much only buy primers, powder and buckshot there, as I can get bullets cheaper online. I just canceled an order with midwayusa yesterday, because some of the stuff I ordered almost three months ago wasn't going to be in stock till September! I found what I needed at Grafs though. Both midway and grafs are backordered on most of the affordable .308, .312, and .323 bullets though, and I noticed that midway jacked up the prices on the .44 bullets I shoot by about $3 too. It looked to me like most of the hoarders had finally run out of money and things were getting back to normal again, but prices are up considerably everywhere over last year, and it looks like the hoarders are through with factory ammo and are stocking up on components instead. I'm thinking more and more about getting into casting, and reloading for everything I shoot except .32acp and 7.62x39mm ammo, because it is getting mighty expensive to shoot anymore.