I have not ben to a full size Walmart in over a year now and wondered if they still sell hand gun ammo? I know a while back they said were not going to carry it anymore. Any body know the answer?
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They do in Epping but only 22 and rifle calibers. No 2233 as far as I remember. Handgun calibers were gone.
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They quit selling the “evil” ammo calibers.
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Just shotgun and rifle hunting ammo. No .223/5.56 either.
Yeah, nothing that'll do any damage...
All I've found is "Bucket of Ammo" in 22LR -- and yes, Doug McMillion (Wally CEO or something) stopped selling those viscious, hatefull, people killers called pistol ammo.
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I cruise thru there when I am in that part of Wally World. Since they eliminated the pistol/evil black gun 556 calibers I have not seen ONE decent ammo sale, and their "ammo" section gets smaller and smaller each time I visit.
Prior to that you could occasionally catch a decent deal. Evidently no longer.
Around here the best local brick and mortar 22LR and (particularly prior to coronavirus) 9mm, .40 & .45 prices seem to be at Dunham's.
Well, I will say that I recently purchased “00” 12 gauge buckshot. The local Walmart does still carry that item. I rarely go to Walmart but had received a Walmart specific gift card.
I saw some recently at a local Walmart also. 12 ga slugs to.
The Winchester 00 Buck is good stuff.
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They announced they would sell out remaining stock and no more last September.
what I was saying was, what they're still selling can do just as much damage as what they refuse to sell now.
It was purely a business decision by Walmart, only in those local stores wherein handgun ammo wasn't selling well.
My royal blue ass.
Has oh, so, ethically-minded Walmart stopped selling Made in China shit?
No need to answer, that was a rhetorical question.
I try not to buy any ammo, guns, or shooting stuff from Walmart, but do on occasion.
Kinda like Colt, our local Walmart’s got out of selling guns a few years back, then reversed.
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