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Friday, November 13, 2009

National Ammo Day 2009

Join the ammo BUYcott.
National Ammo Day is November 19.

(It is my belief that 2009 will go down in history as National Ammo Year.)


Crustyrusty said...

Brother, I'll buy some if I can FIND some :p

Arthur B. Burnett said...

The Walmart in Marlin has most calibers in stock these days even if the brands and prices are not what I would care for. To date I have been able to buy one pound of powder and three cards of large pistol primers this year. Good thing Matt cast our projectiles out of wheel weights.
Like Crusty, I will buy a box of something.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Crusty and Arthur, thanks for stopping in. It's always an honor to have you visit.

Some of the online ammo stores have had pretty good stock lately. During the past 3-weeks I picked up 250 rounds of Federal 9mm +P+ and 500 rounds of Remington .38 Super. I'm not stocking up, just replacing some of what I have been shooting. I do try to give some business to local stores when their prices are not too spendy.