Went to Gander Mt in Cary @ 9, there was a truck, the employers did not know exactly what type of ammo was on it, they said it would be unloaded in a couple of hours.
So Bobby & I headed to the new Dick's in Holly Springs and found 380's, 40 and 38 Specials... Call b4 u go, ammo was going fast.
0 · March 13
I've been intrigued by the fact that there are still so many who don't know the government is indeed trying gun control via artificial ammo shortage. What is even more insulting on behalf of our government is their use of our short tax dollars in a continuing recession/unemployment crunch to buy billions of rounds of ammo.
I'm a reloader, who shoots a lot of .357 Magnum as well as 9mm, and .44 Magnum. There's also a shortage of reloading supplies (bullets, powder, primers) as people are trying to stock up. If you've never reloaded, it can cut your costs to about a third of factory, and it is one way to HELP ensure you have an ammo supply available for the future. You can generally get components at gun shows to avoid HAZMAT fees and transportation costs. Do yourself a favor, and save your brass for later cleaning, repriming and reuse. It's about half your ammo cost, and it's now become a valuable commodity.
2 · March 12
I am not sure why everyone is finding it so hard to find ammo, especially 9mm, as it should be sold at any sporting goods store or gun shop. And if you ever attend a gun show, you can buy it in bulk, and I recommend doing so.
I also recommend everyone to get involved with the GRNC. This is a non-profit organization, operated completely on a volunteer basis, and is by far one of the most active and informative Grassroots organizations in fighting to educate, legislate for, and protect our Second Ammendment rights.
1 · March 11