Sold Out

Empty shelves:

It wasn’t just the AR-15s, the AK-pattern rifles, the M1As, and the FALs that were sold out. It really hit me when I realized that the World War-era M1 Garands , M1 carbines, and Enfield .303s were gone, along with every last shell. Ubiquitous Mosin-Nagants—of which every gun store always seems to have 10-20—were gone. So was their ammo. Only a dust free space marked their passing. I’ve never seen anything like it.

3 thoughts on “Sold Out”

  1. ha ha just like jan 08 when jerk ass came to play in white house,,tyranny is so close i can smell and taste it…..

    in my golden years (ha ha baaahhhaaaa,rolling on the floor laughing at myself) and the worst of of everything in my 68 yrs,,what

    a way to go out!!!!! Doing my best to handle it,,moving close to my kids and grandkids so i can spend time with them(gas keeping me away now!!!!)
    Shooting when i can afford ammo,,my RV sits as a guest room cause my small trailer not enough room!!!

    Hope i live long enough to see some real men(or women) emerge in our government with integrity,honesty,and guts, and only talk

    with 1 tongue,,,IT AIN’T NOTHING JUST DRIVE ON………………..happy new year buddy

  2. tried to leave a comment but who knows,,,ghost and spooks everywhere,,by the way you are the first gun blog i picked up on,,got a few i look at regular,,you also when you find time time to muster out something,,,enjoy ha hahahahaha

  3. So while this is great for the industry, I know of a few shops in my area that are really worried for their business, because they can’t get inventory in! Most of these shops rely on a low on-hand inventory; certainly not enough to carry them through a month or more of availability shortages. If shops close, because they can’t stay in business, that’s a big problem.

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