Thanks for the offer, but I don't have any steel 20 gauge.I’m just about finished with shooting a 12 gauge entirely (except clay sports) as my waterfowling techniques have changed as I grow older and have quite a bit of 12 steel I will most likely never use.
I would be willing to trade 2.75” steel 3’s, 4’s and 3” BB,2’s towards 20 gauge 2.75” steel 4’s.
I am not interested in any 20 gauge 3” loads.
If you are interested in trading let me know.
I saw the line on my way to work and was wondering if it was for an ammo shipment.I never thought I would go stand in line for ammo...
But I went to Sportsman's this morning because my Dad wants some ammo(he is 87, don't know what he will do with it !!). I got there 15 minutes early and was surprised the amount of people in line. I ended up about 2/3 the way towards the back. Was surprised how smooth it went. They actually had some stuff. I got him some .380 for dad and some .45 auto for a buddy of mine. They had lots of 9.
Wasn't as bad of an experience as I expected.
Ha, that made me laugh, Craptastic ammo, best quote of the day to DallanCBack after the last big run on ammo after the Sandy Ridge shooting... Cabelas announced they had 22lr in stock for the first XXX customers, limit 1000 rounds per customer. I went out to get in line at 6:30am... the line was already from the doors north and halfway down the sidewalk to the east... WHEN I GOT THERE. By the time the doors opened, the line was from the NE loading dock, halfway north along that retaining wall. It was insane.
They sold out of the Winchester 1000 packs by the time I got in, they gave me 2x of Blazer 500 packs. Craptastic ammo, I ended up selling one brick to a co-worker for what i paid for it... burned the other in guns I had to clean every 150 rounds.
The best part though was a guy behind me making the comment "around the world people wait in lines to get food, only in America do we wait in lines for ammunition" LOL!
It was waiting in that cold line before the sun came up I made the decision that when ammo came back in stock, I'd buy a case. I ended up later buying 2 cases.
Yeah I made sure I had plenty of rifle and pistol ammo when I could get it. I never in my wildest dreams thought bird loads would be in demand like they are. Slugs and buck shot? Sure. But grouse and chukar loads???? Crazy. I can probably hunt for 3 or 4 seasons with what I have so I am not too worried yet. But I won't let the family shoot clays every month like we normally do in the summers until I feel good about replacing what we shoot.It was waiting in that cold line before the sun came up I made the decision that when ammo came back in stock, I'd buy a case. I ended up later buying 2 cases.