Whoa whoa whoa! I have minimal stock at the moment and even if I could get it, we can only afford so much. On top of that, we are a small store without a lot of room for storing mass inventory. That doesn't mean I don't know how to run a business. I don't have a single gun in the store that I don't have ammo for, but I have nothing like what's shown here. I put all of the ammo I had back as soon as this went crazy, selling only to those purchasing guns or 'very regular' customers. I try my best to take care of my own. My prices have not changed unless an increase was seen when I've been fortunate enough to get more, the sad thing is, the suppliers are taking advantage as well, and I am seeing increases in ammo prices.You need to find you a better gun store with owner/manager that know how to run their business. . I have 2 here in the local area that have ammo for any firearm they have in stock. And they have walls racks, cases, and vaults full of firearms.
Here's just one small corner.
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But again, I try to limit ammo sales to regular customers and to those purchasing firearms, because I will not sell/stock a gun unless I have at least two boxes of ammo for it. Do I know how to run my business? Apparently not by your standards as my cupboards are not overflowing.