They constantly have mass amounts of customers coming in lately, way more now than before March although business has never been bad for them. As I was there a herd came in, one because they had a concealed class scheduled which they have a lot of lately, and they have a 8 lane 25 yard indoor range which must be by appointment now because only half the lanes can be used due to COVID. Listening to the people as I browsed many are first time gun owners. The gun store is getting some new inventory but it sells as fast as it comes in. I spotted a new Kel-tec PMR-30 .22 magnum they just got, which I had been wanting one. As usually since they know me I tried to haggle some on the price (hey gotta try) but new rules are no discounting guns. The daughter told me they are struggling to keep inventory and when no guns are able to be sold it makes it harder to keep employees. So I pondered that a minute, made sense to me, bought the PMR-30 a bit higher than what they normally go (or did go for) which was $400 new around here before everything went crazy. Besides fact is it is true manufactures are struggling to supply stores, and don't think this situation is changing soon. Also for all I know manufactures might have raised prices also it may not just be the sellers that did. So yeah, business might be booming, we are all glad that guns are selling and new shooters are getting in the game, but in the long term makes sense that when stores can't resupply, sales actually drops on the flip side. So yesterday glad I supported my local store, AGAIN lol.