Your Walmart ammo situation

This is a discussion on Your Walmart ammo situation within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Still the 3 box limit here. Never any .22, which I don't shoot anyways. They usually have enough in everything else. I shoot .40 now ...

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    Still the 3 box limit here. Never any .22, which I don't shoot anyways. They usually have enough in everything else. I shoot .40 now and I'm buying .45 now because I've got one coming. The other local ammo spots have everything but .22 also.

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    Just got home from Walmart. They only had a few boxes of Winchester white box .40. All others gone.
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    Mine gets stocked about every 4 months. They had about ten boxes of 100 rd WWB 9 MM last week. I grabbed a box for my brother. It'll be gone by now & no new stock for months.
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    There are usually lots of empty spots on the shelves, but they've had 9mm, .45 ACP, and .40 SW the last few times I've been in. Wasn't looking for .22 lr, so I don't know about that. We are still on 3 box limit here.
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    The Wally world here in SE Wisconsin have lots of shot gun "gun club" They have a few boxes of over priced 40, sometimes .223 or .308, never 22lr or 9MM
    I guess when it comes in people buy it up fast as they can
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    Lots of everything. Three box limit, however.

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    Can't find any decent bulk 22lr copper plates CCI at walley world or anyplace on the net here on Earth . But hopefully this bubble will burst soon . Read about this online at Forbes and seems Olin is building huge ammo plant in Alabama (?) No way that 22lr can stay so scarce/expensive for too much longer - don't make economic sense ! It's mass produced and nothing inherently expensive is involved . I hope its sooner than latter cause my supply is getting thin and I am not paying these panic prices!

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    Same in SLC

    Went to a Walmart yesterday, had the same experience. Ive been looking for WWB in .380 for months, since its always been reliable in my PPK. They had 5 hundred-count boxes in stock. I asked about limits and was told no limit on purchases, so bought 200 rounds.

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    Hit or miss here in SW Ohio, but still better than 6 months ago. 9mm and .22 is what is really hit or miss. .40 and .45 are fairly consistant in being on the shelves. Lots of .223/5.56.
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    Last few times I was in Wally World, I didn't even check...
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    The Walmarts I go to in a Aurora and Centennial Colorado have stacks of everything except 9mm and 22lr. 9mm isn't uncommon but it doesn't stay on the shelves all day. You still pretty much need to be there when they open a shipment to get 22lr. Regular prices though. Even 38sp and 357sig are back on the shelves. Not much defensive ammo but there never was much of a selection of that at Wmart anyway.

    In fact, they all seem to be overstocked with 5.56 now. Maybe because Cabelas keeps having sales on M193 for $8.50-$8.99 while Wmart keeps there price at $10.50-$10.99 per 20.

    Still 3 box limit.

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    Except for shot gun shells,They can`t keep ammo in stock. I`M trying to stock up on 9mm, I guess everyone has the same ideal where I`M at :(.
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    Hit and miss here in west Tenn.The clerk tells me you got to be in line for 22 LR. Also 9mm and 380 are spotty.
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    Our two local Walmarts are much better stocked than earlier this year. There is always shotgun, rifle, .40 and .45 on the shelf. If you want .22 LR you have to be there at 07:00 to see if any shipment came in the night before, but you will never find it just randomly stopping by later in the day. 9 mm is hit and miss depending on the size of their delivery. I have gone in there as late as 08:00 PM and found the shelves pretty well stocked, and other days nothing. I don't have a .380 acp, but that seems to be the one common caliber I never see on the shelf. During the drought I would go in early, but haven't felt it is necessary anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srings View Post
    Hit or miss here in SW Ohio, but still better than 6 months ago. 9mm and .22 is what is really hit or miss. .40 and .45 are fairly consistant in being on the shelves. Lots of .223/5.56.
    It's about the same in NE Ohio.
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