Another random visit to Walmart today. (Yeah, I shop there because I like to know the actual purchace price of the same merchandise I find at EVERY OTHER STORE ON EARTH. And usually for a few bucks less with no BULL___ at the register about my phone number, email address, club membership, debit card account, driver's license number, employer, military status, password, magnetic strip swipe card, union affiliation, bar-coded key fob, coupons, 10th purchase is free punchcard, senior Tuesdays, DNA, sperm count, Facebook, etc., etc., etc.). Sometimes Wrangler is just Wrangler, but I digress... Interestingly, I've never NOT found a variety of .270 ammo at Walmart. And I was considering buying a rifle for it just to get some trigger time without weighing rounds-shot vs. probabilities of a terminally depleted stash. I'm curious to know why .270 has been reliably available throughout this treacherous occupation of self-serving professional career politicians in DC, systematically destroying our nation, our economy, and any percieved credibility the former USA ever commanded. Oops, I wandered again... So! Lo and behold, I found Russian .45 ACP and 7.62x39 in stock today. They are steel cased, not brass. But the weps I'll dump them into tend to scarf on crap ammo like Kirstie Alley on a soggy-bottomed tub of deep-fried snacks at Hometown Buffet. A buddy of mine picked up all of our steel casings (full-auto) with a magnet the last time we shot. I'll police mine as well. I don't worry so much about brass because reloaders will grab it up quickly (if annoying trolls underfoot didn't already catch it inflight). So, what should I do with the steel after I police my area? Recycle it with my metro trashco? Would anyone at my gun club want a bag of it? Anyhow, it was cool to see some useful ammo on the shelf for a change. Maybe .22 someday soon?