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Friday, May 15, 2009

G.A.T. Guns

Excluding the Glaser loads, my inventory of .38 Super ammo now stands at 300 rounds. This ammo isn’t going into a cache; it all will soon be going down the barrel of a Colt.

Today, on a whim, I drove out to
G.A.T. Guns in Dundee, Illinois. They have a good rack of ammo on hand but they limit the amount that you can purchase. I took my allocation of five boxes with plans on returning in the next week or so to buy more and to spend some time at their range. Due to the inconvenience of the driving distance, I have only shot there on four occasions. There are only a few ranges within ready driving distance of my domicile, but I may forsake them for a while and make the longer drive over to the G.A.T. range, at least for the balance of this year. Since they do have ammo in these tough times, a superior facility to anything local, and a darn friendly staff, I am sure the drive will be worthwhile.



1 comment:

Hammer said...

I think I have about 10 rounds of .380..not that I need it but I should have planned ahead..because they just aren't making any right now.