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.


  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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