In light of the growing crisis revolving around Covid19, the current administration, and this past summer's unrest, I wanted to take a moment and bring everyone up to speed as to current market conditions. Ammunition stocks are still at critically low levels at this time with most retailers reporting extremely low or no stock at all. The same is true of firearms, and most stores are out of most firearms and are unable to replenish at this time. The components market is even worse with historically low inventory levels. What product is arriving at suppliers is being used to fill backorders. Most suppliers aren't even taking any new backorders at this time.
Shortages of certain bullets and brass, as well as primers and powder is still common. How long that will last is anyone's guess. I am hearing it will be 2022 or maybe even 2023 before stocks are back to something that even begins to resemble normal levels. At this time there are virtually no primers or powder available, unless you want to go to one of the websites like Gunbroker and pay ridiculously high prices. I've seen primers currently selling for as much as a $1.00 a primer!
I do have some loaded ammunition for a few common calibers, but I have no idea how long that will last. I took a chance last fall and got some components for a couple of calibers and when I had the time I loaded the ammunition.
Due to severe shortages of basic components I am not accepting orders for any standard handgun calibers at this time. I apologize for the inconvenience.
Hi- My name is Jimmy and I am the owner of Custom Ammunition, LLC. I am a passionate conservationist and shooting enthusiast with a lifetime of wilderness adventure experiences, as well as over four decades of shotgun and center-fire firearms experience.
Well, among my many passions, and right at the top, is my love of Celtic fiddle music. I play the violin and have studied Irish, Scottish and English folk music for as long as I can remember. So, when I'm not fiddlin', I'm "fiddlin" around with my ammunition - hence fiddlin-around.
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The National Rifle Association (NRA),
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Some states require their residents to present a copy of a firearms/ammunition owner’s identification card when purchasing ammunition, and others have different requirements. Below is a list of the states with special requirements for the interstate - internet purchase of ammunition.
Instructions for Illinois Ammunition Sales:
Instructions for Massachusetts Ammunition Sales:
I cannot ship ammunition to MA residents directly. Orders made must be shipped to a FFL dealer or to a valid Licensee to Sell Ammunition Permit holder. A copy of the FFL MUST be provided to me before any ammunition can be shipped.
Instructions for Connecticut Ammunition Sales:
Instructions for New Jersey Ammunition Sales:
No sales of ammunition can delivered in the State of California directly to the consumer. All Internet - interstate sales of ammunition to California must be sent to a registered and licensed ammunition dealer.