It is actually getting easier to get ammo at the Madison Academy. It used to get grabbed up before noon on the day it was put on the shelf. I picked these up about 3:00 p.m. the day after they put them put on the shelf. The clerk said they got a bunch of them in. Hopefully, soon this will be the norm.Gotta be in line when they open it seems.. 😕
I picked up a nice used bow last week. Arrows are still affordable and reusable. Don’t need a suppressor eitherThat’s what I’m referring to. The fact that people won’t stop. I’m not buying a damn thing that isn’t a primer or powder.....even then I only buy a 1000 or two of primer or a few pounds of powder. While at a marked up rate.......they certainly aren’t what the general moron pays.
It baffles me that some folks just don’t get it......if you’re not willing to pay the price to replace it,don’t shoot it. Price being time/money/effort spent. I haven’t bought 100$ of factory ammo (22LR excluded) in years......and only then if I’m loading for a new to me caliber,just to get a feel for the round.
With the 22LR being how it is........you buy it when times are good,you shoot it when times are good.......you do nether during Democrat rule. Go buy a good air rifle.......they’re going to do as well,if not more,than that round.
I got lucky at Academy in Flowood yesterday morning. Went in for shoes because I left my good ones at home and had a funeral to attend. I picked up two boxes of 40gr .22 mags for 14.99. They had 5-6 200 round boxes of Winchester white box 5.56 for $119 and quite a few .40’s, 9’s, and .45’s. Salesman was shocked I wanted the .22 mags instead of the centerfire stuff. He said they had been getting fairly consistent amounts of all of the above but no .38 special or .357 magGotta be in line when they open it seems.. 😕