Was surprised to see Sportco's shelves still nearly void of ammo months after the "hype". They had 9mm and a few other popular rounds behind the counter and a (3) box/person limit. The gun case was void of all but a handful of pistols. Certainly the on-going gun debate is resulting in stockpiling activity and perhaps reflective of just how many guns are really in circulation that rarely got used but for which owners want to be sure they have ammo, but I would have thought this would have subsided by now and we'd see inventory coming back. I know the federal govt bought a crap-pile of ammo (very odd) and no doubt that is contributing. It could also be that the ammo companies are taking advantage of a supply/demand situation that will help them post some bonus profit? Are those of you living well outside of the Seattle corridor or even other less populated states seeing the same issue?