Walmart and academy daily. Get there early, when they open. My local academy gets ammo Monday, Wednesday and Friday. If you really need it, make the time to do it, time might be running out. Gun shops are expensive but if you’re late to the game you need to bite the bullet. Try to find reloading equipment for your main rifle and pistol and do that even If it’s the Lee hand loader-whack em out one at a time with a mallet. You got days left not weeks or months.
@Bradly scarpelli try ammoseek.com It goes fast but you can setup alerts.
This is disturbing. I wonder whether this is caused by more people buying the ammo or the government creating shortage by making big buys.
The Chinese bought up all fabric and N95 masks ahead of the "pandemic" to create a shortage. Since that move is a tactical move, it is difficult for me to accept this event as a naturally occurring incident.
I'm in CA, meaning buying ammo is even more difficult. I tried to go into reloading, but even that is now in a shortage situation as early as mid last year when we still had gun shows. The vendor would sell out powders within the first hour. I went on Cabelas, Brownelles, etc for the powders I want, but most are all out. I have decided to settle with whatever powder I can get if they have a recipe for the loads I need.
Get whatever you can find if you can afford it.
I would consider getting into reloading, I do & it's the only reason I have any right
Yup. And, better get on the supplies quickly. They are going dry there also as people figured reloading is the only other way to get some. LOL
Primers are still at silly prices, gunbroker has been my go to lately. Brass is still ok & projectiles are hit & miss on price. Shop local for powder to avoid hazmat