Connecticut gun dealers see ammunition shortage due to laws

by Associated Press, FOXNews.com  |  published on October 9, 2013

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WATERBURY, Conn. – Gun dealers in Connecticut are reporting a shortage in ammunition they say is due to laws restricting guns.

At Northwest Sporting Goods and Supply in Winsted, for example, customers may not buy more than 200 rounds of .22-caliber ammunition.

The Republican-American reports that owner Bill Berlinski says he or his staff calls wholesalers across the country to find ammunition. He says manufacturers are making bullets as fast as they can and retailers are selling them just as quickly.

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