After going two months with no bricks of 22LR anyplace I have been, my LGS received several cases today. I was lucky enough to get one brick before they sold out in less than 2 hours! How is everyone else fairing with LR inventory?
"We don't inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children."
I finally found a marlin 60 at a local pawn shop. I bought it right away. Still brand new with box, tags, etc. I can pick it up early next week... I have been searching for ammo online for 2 hours now amid can't find any lr anywhere!!!!!
Took me months of searching to find the rifle.... I wonder how long it will take me to get ammo now?
Good for you!
river1229, congrats on the new rifle!
Glenfield 30A 30-30 (1980)
Marlin 336A 35 REM (1950)
Marlin 336RC 32 Special (1952)
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I'm doing very well however I have thought twice before I burn through a brick on a Saturday...... Can't never have too many.
Our Walmarts have some shorts.
Zuikowarrior, NRA Life Member
Team 35 Member 48, Team .30-30 Member 112, Team 39 Member 92, Team 60 Member 18, Team .45/70 Member 912, Old Phart no. 49.
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"My Governor can outshoot your Governor." Me
"A free people ought to be armed." George Washington
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I'm finding .22 wmr which is ok, my daughter has a Henry. But no .22LR anywhere, I did find subsonics and bought those so we could have something to shoot. Reserving my brick.
never thought we would have to be conservative with .22 ammo
"No second place winner in a gunfight" (Bill Jordan)
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