Thursday, February 12, 2009

Taking My Advice

Now and then I post the imperative "Buy More Ammo."

Evidently some people agree.

Selling bullets may be the most secure job in Florida as long as supplies last.

After months of heavy buying, gun dealers across the state are experiencing shortages.

...Demand for bullets is so strong that suppliers are restricting deliveries."Where we used to get 20 to 30 cases [in a shipment], we may get two to three cases now," said Vic Grechniw of Florida Ammo Traders in Tampa. "The supply just isn't there. . . . Everybody is pretty much rushing out to get their hands on whatever they can."

Most in demand is handgun ammunition, including 9 mm and .45-caliber for semiautomatic pistols and .38-caliber for revolvers.

No rifles in Florida?

HT: Cramer


Anonymous said...

Now re-stocking my double aught supply.

Phelony Jones said...

Just looking at the audacity of intention and who's being put in charge... I wouldn't put the inevitable past them.