Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MarkDido, Jun 11, 2020.
The small stores have some... at ~400% of what is was selling for at the chain stores 6 months ago.
Preparedness is the cure for paranoia. I’ve been prepared for a long time.
I do have a .22 revolver. .22 short blanks and #3 or #4 buckshot can be "muzzleloaded" in the chambers. But only as last resort survival.
I wonder how the supply of Ramset is at Home Depot? https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ramset-0-22-Caliber-Yellow-Single-Shot-Powder-Loads-100-Count-00607/100187029?MERCH=REC-_-pipsem-_-202046591-_-100187029-_-N
I was thinking more along the lines of the traditional .22 Short starter gun blanks with buckshot as emergency only..
Even then I think the starter blanks or power loads might be more erosive than regular gunpowder.
I will gladly buy a whole brick of shorts if I see them at a fair price.
That's exactly what I have, 2/.50's full and a rem bucket. I should have upped my .22lr game. I focused my "Hoarding" on 9mm and 5.56.
I also bought 20 lbs of powder in February. I should have bought another 15K of primers but I got caught napping. Just going to have to ride this one out I guess.
CCI and Aguila also label HV or SV.
Now I suppose someone will say they're the same, just different packaging.
I didn't even know there was an inventory shortage..... I seldom even look at ammo in stores as I have a pretty good stash.
Well, the ammo shortage went on for the eight years of the Obama regime, the Obama-DEMic Shortage, and now it has been going on since the Wuhan Flu, the Pan-DEMic Shortage, which began about the time all of the toilet paper left the shelves. Twenty two ammo is available most places, just got be there. That LCP likes Min-Mags, so you will just need to be diligent. The "professional" resellers have shown back up like roaches from all the cracks when the lights go out, so that is driving some of the shortages.
Post From June, but son just yesterday(September 7, 2020) bought 600r of CCI MiniMag at wallyworld..$8 per 100 rounds.
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