I work in a pawn shop that sells firearms that is also located in a city with a huge Bass Pro Shop. We haven't been getting much in the way of ammo lately (or firearms for that matter) but the local BPS has been getting a fair amount in on a weekly basis. Their prices have, of course, gone up but they are still reasonable compared to gun show prices. Today I was informed by a customer that tried to buy some ammo from BPS that they would only be able to get one box of ammo IF they bought a gun or they could get some sort of membership where they would inform them when ammo was going to arrive. I understand holding back ammo for gun purchases, but the membership thing seems odd. This person I was talking with didn't know if they charged for this membership, so, it could very well be part of their rewards program but it alienated them enough that they said they wouldn't go back. Why not just put small limits on purchases to keep the gun show sellers from sucking it all up and put it out at random times to keep the crowds down? Any other BPS doing this anywhere?