How are your stores ammo shelves looking in your state?

suprarx7nut

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My favorite local range/gun shop now has reman 9mm at 33/rd in stock as well as .40 and .45. 223 is still a little high at .70-.80/round but its available at least. Most calibers are available, even in bulk. 22lr still seems to be hardest to find. Which has really put a damper on my mp15-22-for-cheap-abundant-range-use plan.
 

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Well, now that you're stuck with 15 rd mags you don't need much :)
Haha, ouch.

The day before the ban the local gun show had 25 round mp15-22 mags for $80 a piece. These gun laws have made a lot of $$ for arms manufacturers and dealers.
 

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I'm one to talk. We're limited to 10 here and you wouldn't believe what's in the legislative pipe. Background check and a license to buy ammo among others. I'll be so happy to leave this crap hole of a state. I'll miss the WX but not much else.
 

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Cabela's is doing much better locally than Bass Pro (suckwads) and Wally World (simple incompetence).