posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 09:13 PM
I shoot my S&W M&P15 and my Sig and Glock 9mm's regularly. Over the last month or so I have found myself having to stop at several different
Wal-Marts and sportng goods stores to get the ammo I need to hit the range. I still see plenty of specialty and hunting loads and Plus P ammo but I
know they are not bought as often as plain FMJ ammo. And when I do find the ammo I like, it's .50 to $1.50 more than what I am used to paying. I
usually get to the stores close to if not on delivery days, and they still don't have what I'm looking for. It seems the only ammo still hanging
around is crappy Russian ammo that's been sitting on the shelf for God knows how long, and expensive loads. And I'm sure that as oil prices climb
back up, so will the price of everything else, including ammo. Thankfully I already have my stash of shtf ammo and 1911's. I was just wondering if
anyone else has experienced this. I guess it's time to start re-loading. Because practice makes perfect.
So to add a little conspiracy for fun, I say TPTB don't want us to go target shooting, so that we can't hit the broad side of a barn when the time
comes for a call to arms. Any insight would be nice, even smart arsed answers will be appreciated for entertainment purposes. Thank you.