I want to express my appreciation to BiMart for their policies during this apparent ammo shortage. First, they have not raised their prices above historical levels. This is in contrast to other vendors who have, in some cases, doubled their prices. While they no longer have "sales", I can easily live with that during this period. Second, they have instituted a four box per caliber per transaction limit in an effort to allow all shooters access to the available supply. That is a good start but a strict reading of the policy implies that a person could walk out the door with their purchase and walk right back in again and again and again......effectively circumventing the intent of the policy. I would suggest that they substitute a 250 round limit per day (all calibers included) per person. That would allow a greater availability of fairly priced ammo to all shooters. That would also eliminate the differences in rounds per box problem. Those needing the ammo bad enough (as I do) might willingly visit the store(s) more regularly and perhaps also buy a few other things as well. Finally, I remain pleased that they continue to stock guns and ammo. So many other large volume local businesses no longer do. Volume purchasing results in lower prices. Small shops may not be able offer the consumer their share of that competitive advantage. That warrants my appreciation as well. I intend to write their corporate headquarters with these comments. I have also decided to give them (and will tell them so) much more of my ordinary business in appreciation. Those other businesses taking advantage of the situation will also not be forgotten. Sure, it's capitalism........or whatever the so-called justification is.............but that can work both ways.