Yup, last time I hit Wally World the shelves were practically bare. No 9mm, .40, .45, maybe on box of .22. I need to start hunting for ammo on-line, although I hate the thought of paying shipping. I've been thinking about reloading myself, but the odds are we are going to be moving and I want to reduce the amount of stuff I have to pack, not increase it.
Sounds like more stuff that I would have to worry about my kids getting into, I'd probably have to spend a small fortune to secure an area in my garage.
Walmart was all out of nearly everything when I went, I've never seen it so bare. I went for .40's and they were fresh out, as well as 9's and .45's. I asked the guy (there was actually an attendant at the counter!) and he said they place orders every week but very little of what they order actually comes in.
Since I bought my guns I tried to pick up a box or 2 of 9mm rounds everytime I went to walmart. About the same time I noticed their supply wasn't being replinished and also started reading about WM having an issue with receiving ammo. The shelves are nearly completely bare at my local store. Anyone still having low to no ammo supplies at their local WM?
Last time I was there, the shelves were practically empty. I'm going to shop online now, but just need to convince the wife to let me make the bulk purchase instead of the usual box here and there.
It's hit and miss around me. I've got 4 Walmarts within 25 minutes of me. One store told me their warehouse told them to stop calling about ammo. They'd send it as soon as they got it. You pretty much have to catch a shipment come in within a couple of hours or it's gone again. Last time I bought some WWB, I asked if they had any of the BB in 9mm. I was told a guy just bought their stock of 25 boxes an hour before me.
Here in Centrqal Florida it is pretty much hit or miss. Last time I found some 9mm I bought 10 boxes. So I guess I am as much to blame as the next guy keeping the shelves bare.
Same shortages here. Spare mags and ammo are hard to come by. Online I'm seeing a lot of out of stock messages. Been trying to track down a generic bulk pack of UMC 9mm locally and you'd think it was discontinued or something. Forget investing in the stock market. I should have stock piled high cap mags and ammo. Oh well. The bright side is we have found an industry that the liberals actually do stimulate albeit unintentionally. Some happy gun manufacturers and gun shop owners right now. I hope that smile doesn't get turned upside down soon.
Both of my Walmarts have been completely out of ammo lately. One of them had a few boxes of 9mm last time I was there. I don't have the cash to buy in "bulk" so that makes it a little more difficult for me. I haven't been able to find any hollow-points locally, and I had to order those online. My Walmarts and gun stores have been wiped clean. It's a pain, but if I had the money to buy in bulk, I wouldn't mind buying online so much.
My local Walmart is out of 9mm.
Oddball rifle calibers. Common handgun is hard to come by anywhere. Wally World, Big 5, Sportsmans Warehouse. I haven't been to Cabela's yet, but can't imagine it being any different there.
I got 5 wally worlds within 30 minutes and they have NO handgun ammo at all.
I haven't been able to get any 9mm, 45 ACP, or .223's at any of the local Walmarts since November.
It's hit or miss, but for the most part, my walmart can't get 9mm or .22 in bulk, either!!!
Last time i was at my local walmart the shelves were pretty much bare but havent been out there in a couple weeks.
They are bare here in Houston. I have to go to Academy.....and buy Blazer, , but it is better than not shooting. I am thinking about reloading, but everything is backordered on that,lol.
Local Wal-Mart in White House, TN out for two weeks now. So are the ones in Goodlettsville, and Hendersonville. Just got an order from Cabela's that was on back order for almost a month.
Went to my local Wally World last night. They had two boxes each of .25 and .32 ammo. That was it for handguns. They checked the warehouse and it was already empty. Oh well, glad I got into reloading.