Check with us first!

People often assume that they can get guns and ammo cheaper out of state. This is not always true. We offer a no hassle, straight shooting, gun ordering experience. Our transfer fee is $50 and we will go over with you whether you can save money ordering through us or if where you want to order it is cheaper. No tricks, no gimmicks, just honest business.

And with most guns and ammo being back in stock again, give us a try and see if we cannot save you some money. Send us a text at 661 745-8484 or come on into the store.

What can we order?

Unfortunately, we are in the midst of an unprecedented gun and ammunition shortage created by decreased production and increased demand. As a result, nearly every gun and almost all ammunition is not in stock at our wholesalers’ sites. For example, at one wholesaler they list 4387 different makes and models of rifles in their catalog. However, once we click the “show in stock” button, there are only 235 makes and models in stock. That means 94.7% of their inventory is out of stock! In centerfire ammunition they list 3540 different calibers and types of ammunition. Only 108 are in stock which means 97% of their ammo supply is sold out!

Currently there are no pump action shotguns, self defense shotguns, handguns, revolvers, or semi-automatic rifles in stock anywhere. So unfortunately we cannot order those items for you. Higher end semi-automatic shotguns for hunting and an occasional bolt action rifle might be in stock at the wholesalers, but do not count on it.

So what should you do? If you need it now, you will need to start scouring the Internet for the gun to maybe be in stock at an online seller. High auction prices might be your best bet at places like GunBroker. We would be more than happy to facilitate a transfer of a firearm you can find online. You can come in and check out what we have in stock, but that will likely be all we have access to.

Once this all settles down and demand decreases and supply catches up, we can start special ordering just about anything you want and at a fair price. How long will that be? Joe Biden is not even President yet. It might not get any better anytime soon.

Where is All of the Ammo?

So by now most of you have probably figured out we are in an unprecedented ammunition shortage. The question is when will we get more ammunition in stock? The simple answer is not anytime soon.

Not only has demand shot through the roof, production is down due to COVID-19 and other industry issues like Remington going bankrupt. As a result, companies are not producing as much ammunition and even if they wanted to produce more, they are having a hard time finding components.

When will this correct itself? It could be over a year until things go back to normal. So in the meantime, do not expect to see a lot of ammo on the shelf of any caliber. And when it does come in, it will be in small quantities and at heavily increased prices.

The only way we can get ammo is to get it allocated to us from our sales reps. And with our sales rep having small allocations to hundreds of accounts, it will not be very often.

So why are guns so hard to find too? It is the same situation. So even rifles like Savage Rascal kid’s .22s are hard to find because they simply are not being made.

We highly recommend if you want ammo now, look online or keep beating the bush locally. However, be prepared to pay more and do not hesitate. If you do, you will miss out. Good luck!