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Stopped by Gary's in Columbus, MS today to check things out and maybe spend some - didn't, but was tempted. The only thing they were short of was .22lr - 1 box per customer rationing. Some ammo was actually cheaper than a few months back. Plenty of common center fire calibers (.45, 9mm, .380, .223, 7.62, etc - even some good prices on .41 mag 210gr Fusion), shotgun in all gages and pellet sizes, including slugs.

Had a whole rack full of scary black guns, mostly Colt AR's in 5.56 and some M-14 clones in .308. Prices were $1600 and up.

Also a large variety of HD shotguns - Bennilli, Mossberg, Remington, and others, pumps, SA's, doubles. No shortage of hunting rifles and shotties. Full cases of handguns - pretty much anything you'd want. Prices again are up $100 or so over 6 months ago.

Not many folks in the store, even at lunch time.

Things are getting better. Now if the prices can be dragged down, I'd be a happy camper. :D
 

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So, how about picking me up a case of 223 and shipping it to me? :)
 

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Just checked the huge Wal-Mart in Clarksville, TN - home of the 101st Airborn.

A sign on the ammo case described the three box limit per customer per day.

Inside the case, I sought my calibers; 9mm, .45ACP, .38 Special, .44 mag, .38 S&W -

None of any in stock. the ONLY thing I saw was rifle and shotgun sizes -
 

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Just to clarify, I know where to buy plenty 223 at inflated prices, I just refuse to pay them. I will wait.
 

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I will keep my eye open for more 223 for you Double D. We had 1900 rounds and sold them to a member that lives around here. I know they had cases of them at our LGD but a limit of 10 boxes.
 
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