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I'd be willing to bet big money that any serious hunter has plenty of ammo to sight in his gun and some bullets left over to put a shot or two into the game animal he wants for supper.
The ones who are clearing shelves in the final days to Season open? Those are usually the people your serious hunters would be happy to learn could find no ammo to buy, anyway. Rambo in a tree stand is a threat to everyone, with the deer being the least endangered out there.
The serious ones are easily distinguished and I don't mind waiting behind them if the stalls are full. 5-10 rounds and they're done. They don't come to play, but to confirm dinner won't be lost by a stupid mistake, easily corrected at the range.
The morons are the ones who break out their equipment in what takes longer to get set up than the shooting itself, with a small stack of 20rd boxes of the right factory ammo to play with half the day, trying to get it within the 8 or 9 ring at 100 yards.