I was at the range yesterday when a couple kids showed up (early 20s) they had just bought a new 10/22 rifle. I wasn't paying attention to them at 1st. But after awhile i noticed they were having trouble with it. They would shoot 1 shot and take a screwdriver to it to get the brass out of the chamber. So i asked them what was the problem. Apparently they couldn't find any ammo for it so they bought some nail gun blanks and some small ball bearings to use with the blanks for shot. So after each shot the blanks weren't being ejected cause of the low powder charge they had to pry out the brass.. I was kind of amazed they were that dedicated just to do some plinking.. Anyway after i was finished i went over and gave them about 75 rounds of remington golden shells. They were pretty happy and while i finished packing up they had that new 10/22 singing away with smiles on their faces! I left figuring i had done my good deed for the day Just hoping things don't get that bad in the future where i have to go out and buy nail gun blanks and ball bearings to get some shooting in!