- Dec 1, 2003
Thanks for asking.I feel great and ready to go fishing , but the water is too high here for river fishing.
I don't know anyone who uses a 28 gauge. I guess this shows there is little demand for 28 gauge shells; wish .410-3" shells would show-up before Squirrel Season.Our Walmart had only 28 gauge, nothing else.
I never thought the day would come where you couldn't find shotgun ammunition, or any ammunition. BUT, we live in a different world today.Finding a few boxs of 12 ga at Walmart but never any bulk packs, have see some 410 and 28 ga around as well.
Seen some 308 at the Berea Walmart last Thursday for $20.00 something a box.
I use to have a Remington Model 1100 in 28 gauge, nice little shotgun, also had a poly choke installed on it.Love my 28! Pretty well stocked up but won't pass a deal on a case of target stuff.
Shooting trap with the 28 makes me even better with a 12. And it's not as punishing. Can shoot that guy daylight to dark.
Taylor County. We don't have any Sporting Goods store here in Campbellsville, other than a small store behind someone's residence. The only place I know that sells ammo is Walmart, other than that if I need anything like powder, primers, or ammunition; I drive to Lebanon, but there isn't any store that sells reloading supplies in Lebanon either.Where you located Davers?
I see 410 often.
I also conserve ammo, by limiting practice/target shooting. I use to live in Evansville, Indiana, and there one couldn't throw a rock in any direction without hitting a gun store, and I was able to find everything I needed in reloading supplies & ammunition. When my Brother and I moved down here in Kentucky, we were shocked to find that this area had no stores supplying what I needed for reloading or even general merchandise one finds in an average gun shop. Thus, before this pandemic and buying panic, I had to order almost everything I needed to carry out my hobby. I was under the impression that Kentucky would have more stores than what Indiana had in the way of hunting/shooting/reloading supplies. Boy was I wrong!! There is that store: The Kentucky Gun Company, but they too don't have nearly what I need for my reloading.Sounds like your in the same boat as me, I have to drive 30 miles just to get to a Wal-Mart! Lexington is a hour away and always sold out when I get there.
Pawn shops buy all of Wal-Mart ammo and resell it so when I find it I but it and try to keep my reload stuff stocked pretty good.
I haven't loaded a single rifle or pistol months because I just don't practice shoot, only hunt and sight in my guns.
I don't need to be a great pistol shooter I'm not going to pull my pistol unless the threat is in my face and I can't miss, I will probably end up beating them with it trying not to have to shoot them.