I just bought a Saiga 5.45(hasn't even shipped yet) and am looking for ammo. Many of the online places require the purchaser to be 21 years old to purchase any sort of ammunition. This perturbs me. I sent this email to Aim Surplus last night: and got the reply this morning: Can anyone point me to a place that will sell rifle ammunition to the right people at a good price? The-Armory sold me a case of Yugo 7.62x39 a while back and it was a nice experience. Not too many hoops to jump through, and it was at my door in 2 days. They just don't carry the 5.45x39 surplus that I want. I also want to share an experience at a local sport shop in Kinston, NC. I went in there looking for .22LR bulk ammo one day. They get it from behind the counter and walk it up to the front of the store to the register. They ask for my ID, I give it to the guy and he tells me that I must be 21 years old to buy .22LR because it will fit in a pistol. I asked to speak to the manager and he told me the same dribble about it 'being federal law that I cannot sell you this ammunition.' I told him he was incorrect about the law and brought up the point that 7.62 and .223 could fit in a pistol too. I could go buy an AR-15 from his gun counter, buy all the .223 ammo they have, load the gun up at the counter and walk out the store, yet he cannot trust me with one round of .22LR ammo because 'it will fit in a pistol', which is funny in itself because I had the G23 on my hip. I then told him to have a good day and that I, nor any of my friends would return to buy anything from the store.