This is a discussion on Walmart Ammo Supplies Dwindling (Merged) within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Walmarts near my hometown of Reading, PA have been out of .380, .40, and .45 for the past couple of months. 9mm is usually in ...
Walmarts near my hometown of Reading, PA have been out of .380, .40, and .45 for the past couple of months. 9mm is usually in stock but I don't have any 9mm, I've almost stopped going to walmart for ammo completely because the last 5 trips I walked out empty handed.
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My local Walmart (on SR 50 near the intersection of SR50 and Alafaya) seems to have some 9mm, but I haven't seen any 45ACP there in a loooong time. Went there the other day, and the guy pointed out one box of bulk Federal .22LR. No .45, still, though. Where is it all going?!
Wal-Mart stores in Springfield, MO are starting to get a bunch more ammo in. I only buy 9mm Luger ($23.xx for 100rd box of Win. 115gr as of today) but all the shelves looked pretty stocked compared to how empty they've been over the last 9 months.
550 Federal 22lr is $18.xx
100 WWB 9mm is $23.xx
here at the wally world near Charleston, WV. boy 22lr ammo is getting expensive to shoot too!
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22lr is gone again at my WM except for a few small, expensive boxes. Still no 45acp. There's plenty of 40, though, but that doesn't help me.
WM at north of Dayton, Oh had everything but 380 and 45 yesterday at 2pm....