Over the weekend a neighbor asked me if I still reload. "Yes." "Would you reload me about 1000 9mm, I can't find ammo anywhere." "Nope." I said it with a smile. This was something said over the fence in passing, not like we were having a conversation. My wife asked me about it later, his wife must have said something to her. "I'm not selling reloaded ammo to someone else. Too much liability. I do have some factory ammo that I might consider selling to him." He is a retired city cop (like second in command) and I guess now works for the sheriff's department occasionally. I can't believe that he doesn't know someone at either organization that could hook him up with some ammo. I work in the sheriff's complex for the 911 system and there are people on their outdoor range 3 out of 5 weekdays, so I know they have plenty of ammo. I could replace the factory ammo with my own reloads, but I'm not sure what would be a fair price to sell it for. I enjoy reloading, but my time isn't free. Thoughts?