"We started making phone calls and realized there is a waiting list up to a year. We have to limit the amount of times we go and train because we want to keep an adequate stock."
"Nobody can get us ammunition at this point," says Sgt. Jason LaCross of the Bozeman, Montana police department.
quote:Due to budget cuts we've quit going to the range to qualify with sidearms. Now as long as we hit 3 out 5 dogs in a 6 month period our certification remain current.
Dogs in Montana will be happy
Why are ammo vendors not refusing to fill DHs orders and instead filling cops and citizens?
Pre-existing contracts with the government.
And why would any business pass on making money for the opportunity to make less.
quote:The government pays a tiny fraction per round compared to what the public pays FWIW
Pre-existing contracts with the government. And why would any business pass on making money for the opportunity to make less.
According to a statement Federal released last week, the government is only 5% of their business, the rest is us.