I was given a gift of some pants for an early Christmas gift. Unfortunately they were in the wrong size. Yesterday I went to exchange them at our local Gander Mountain where they were purchased (Indianapolis, IN). First, the parking lot was full. This was a Friday afternoon. I went in and exchanged my pants and then decided to look around a bit. The gun counter had a group of approximately 20 - 25 people waiting for numbers to be called. All of the sales people were making sales/showing guns. I poked my way through to the counter just to see what (if anything was still in stock), a sign posted read. "All AR15/AK style rifles out of stock. All .223/5.56 ammo out of stock. All rifle magazines out of stock" It was interesting to note the demographic of the people waiting. Whether or not this just happened to be a coincidence or not, but half appeared to be older and the other half appeared to be quite young. The conversation I had with one of the people waiting was a younger person, and he was buying his first gun. Wanted a S&W bodyguard. Which they had zero available. At that point I was running out of time and needed to leave. Since .22LR was still there I decided to grab one box of CCI "Tactical" in the 375 count box. It was $26. FYI - They this is what was still in stock. - Plenty (and I mean plenty) of shotguns. - 4 - 5 .22LR ARs. But no .223/5.56s. - Large quantity of larger frame handguns. - Used counter had 3 1911s of various makes. - Handgun ammo was still quite full. They had these tables full of 380, 9mm, 40 and 45 of Blazer Brass. - .22LR was readily available. Typical GndMTN prices. - They did actually have .223 on the shelf. The sign saying they didn't have any was a bit misleading. I can't recall the manufacturer but it was someone I am not familiar with. I had no problem finding my size of pants. Hell, no one seemed to be looking at anything clothing related. Stay safe and happy holidays.