This is a discussion on Wal-Mart 9mm within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by PaulaMoreno is it true that they are thinking about putting serial numbers on all the high caliber ammo such as .223? .223/5.56 ...
Having said that, no this is false. There was some silly idea to do it by the extreme left wing liberal and anti-gun community but the manufacturers cannot do it and it cannot be enforced economically. It would require retooling. Plus how do they register the numbers? I mean, how can they know who bought what? That's impossible with internet sales, face to face sales etc. Plus, all it would take is someone to file or grind that number to be unreadable and it's worthless to stamp anything on the casing.
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At my local WW here in NC they have raised prices on Federal (Blazer) 9mm by $1, and .40 by $2 also. They haven't had much 9mm lately, but always seem to have .40. I adjusted by buying a G23.
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It's still nearly impossible to find 9mm around here, and not easy to find much of anything else either. WM rarely has handgun ammo of any sort and none with regularity that I can tell. However, I have noticed that there has been .40 cal. Federal on the shelves with some irradic frequency.
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