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Old 02-05-2013, 10:56 PM   #151
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Natchez.com seems to be getting their inventory together, although I would advise against buying the federal .223/5.56.

It's a great range round but it has literally doubled in price. 😕
Those SOB"s don't sell to GA. I found that out after spending an hour on their site building an order and trying to check out. I think its no sale to GA, TN, and AL.

Also, I have pity on you folks that have to take a class to get a CWL. Those of us who live in the south and grew up with guns just go pay the fee and get one. No class required
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Those SOB"s don't sell to GA. I found that out after spending an hour on their site building an order and trying to check out. I think its no sale to GA, TN, and AL.

Also, I have pity on you folks that have to take a class to get a CWL. Those of us who live in the south and grew up with guns just go pay the fee and get one. No class required
Well at least you can get a ccw, in Illinois we can't carry yet, and on internet ammo sales you have to fax a copy of your FOID card before they will sell it to you, also when you go to Wal-Mart or farm supply to buy ammo, the people working there must have a foid card to ring out your ammo, so you end up waiting while they track down someone that has one.
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If anyone is in the omaha ne area cabelas had metal ammo cans of federal bulk 22lr for $99 for 2,100 rounds limit two cans per person. We're going fairly quickly.

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If anyone is in the omaha ne area cabelas had metal ammo cans of federal bulk 22lr for $99 for 2,100 rounds limit two cans per person. We're going fairly quickly.
That's a pretty good price at my cabelas last summer that same deal was 84.99 so considering whats going on nowadays that's not too shabby of a deal at all.
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Compared to a couple of weeks ago, ammo is becoming readily available again. Both Natchez and Cabelas have had daily availability. Now if people can just understand that and stop buying thousands of rounds at a time, things can get back to normal.

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Wandered into a new shop yesterday & walked out w/500 rounds of .22LR. They just put it on the shelf. Talk about a very lucky day!!!

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I've been on the mailing notification list for Natchez and sportsman guide for rem. 22lr for 3 weeks now and still no reply.... All the stores surround me have been empty for couple months now... I just want to plink some ammo off !!

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Nothing at cabelas today either..... Not in Michigan anyway

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I've been on the mailing notification list for Natchez and sportsman guide for rem. 22lr for 3 weeks now and still no reply.... All the stores surround me have been empty for couple months now... I just want to plink some ammo off !!

If this drought has taught us anything, we maybe should find a happy medium between plinking thousands of rounds away, and having nothing to shoot.

I have had this policy for 30 years, buy 10, shoot one or maybe two. I have all the ammo I could ever want, but when the urge to shoot strikes me, I never go to my ammo cache, I go to the box stores, and again, buy ten and shoot one or two.
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I am hoping to find some 9mm next week. I would love to just find a bunch online but I expect to have to go searching for it. I will not overpay even though I don't have a huge stock on hand. If prices are high it can stay on the shelves as far as I am concerned. I just won't shoot 9mm for a while.

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