In a CBS Miami online article, the author of the article quotes Jeff Dillard who runs National Armory in Pompano as saying All our vendors are telling us not only are they out of stock but some are two to three million bullet-heads in back-order. They wont even take our orders because they dont know when theyll be able to fill them. Now I wonder, does Jeff Dillard who runs the National Armory in Pompano really call bullets "bullet-heads" or is CBS just making up stuff again. Full article: CBS NEWS, POMPANO BEACH (CBS4) Ammunition sellers and manufacturers say theres been a run on bullets and they cant keep their shelves stocked. Jeff Dillard who runs National Armory in Pompano says its the worst hes ever seen. I have never seen ammo so impossible to get, said Dillard. He said demand for ammunition has been growing and spiked over the past couple of days. Because of the terrorist attacks and the gun control legislation people are getting in more of a panic situation, Dillard said. When he can get bullets, Dillard says, theyre expensive. We paid five times the price we would normally pay, he said, adding that it isnt just ammunition running low, he cant even get the parts to make bullets. All our vendors are telling us not only are they out of stock but some are two to three million bullet-heads in back-order. They wont even take our orders because they dont know when theyll be able to fill them. Ammunition manufacturer Andy Delatorre says can hardly keep up with ammunition orders, but the shortage on parts has hurt his business so much he had to lay off four people last month. We have had to shut down 50 percent of manufacturing process. People are out on street without jobs right now. We just cant find enough raw material, he said. Ammunition manufacturers and sellers say they see no end in sight to the demand for bullets. A lot of the distributors and suppliers are telling us it could be 2-3 months before we can get an ample supply of ammo and all thats going to do is to drive up the prices, said Dillard.