Where did all the ammo go?

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  1. Weathermaker

    Weathermaker
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    Interesting "Reader Comments" included at end of article.

    Just confirms there are a lot of folks that don't like guns. From my standpoint...these folks don't seem to realize that a loss of one constitutional right can lead to the loss of others.
     
  2. Karma

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    I talked to a guy that works at one of the local Bi-marts today. He said that he has been having guys come in and buy huge amounts of ammo that don't even have guns to resale at a profit! I think that may be part of our problem too!
     
  3. Natty Bumpo

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    “I consider myself open-minded, but I admit I have some concerns of my own,” he said. “I voted for Obama but the one area where I disagreed with him was in his stance on guns.”

    Now that is a non sequitur if there ever was one......................
     
  4. timbernet

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    He is so open minded his brain fell out :-D
     
  5. WhyteCheddar

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    There have been times lately that I wished I could find even over priced ammo.
     
  6. fred c. dobbs

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    You must be kidding,

    so much for that government education.
     
  7. SheepDog223

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  8. Wenis

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    I don't know if that's sarcasm, but I've had 22LR on backorder from Cabelas for a month now, and they just pushed the tenative date back another month.
     
  9. Karma

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    Yeah, 22lr stuff is hard to find. A lot of places have .223 in stock right now. I just picked up a couple of hundred rounds. I cannot find .40 to save my life though!
     
  10. johnboy

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    Another case for loading your own....if time permits....
     
  11. powersbj

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    Hard to get primers though...
     
  12. NWMoss

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    lots of primers posted right here on NWfirearms today...
     
  13. tionico

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    That;s cause I was in Portland last weekend and bought up ALL the .40 at Walmart..... three BiMarts had NOTHING>....... not that I use, anyway, and I have different things that will eat fourteen different common rounds...... I could not believe it, BiMart had not one round I could use......

    But, Walmart did... it took three trips (their new policy of six boxes per customer per day......) but I got all their forty, and a fair bit of 7mm RMag.

    Wanted .308 for the new gun arriving tomorrow, they were out... but the one in Lacey had a pile of it, so I got some...... Federal PSP, but hey, it should make some noise. Didn't go back for the rest of it, though... another six boxes left. I MUCH prefer shopping at the Oregon stores, though.. I despise the thought of handing over extra money for beans for the queen.......
     

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