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Since the advent of the cartridge gun and subsequent invention of smokeless powder, people have been going out of their way to develop better, faster ways to coax projectiles downrange, with varying degrees of success.  We give props to the more successful cartridge inventors by carrying .30-06 and 9mm ammo in every bullet weight and configuration available, but try not to leave out those members of society who just feel the need to be different.


In other words, YES! we carry .38 Super, .30-40 Krag, .303 Savage, and all the other rare and peculiar stuff you won’t see in bulk at Wal-Mart.  Caveat:  It’s not always available to us, since demand and, therefore, production of those items has tailed off noticeably over the years.


No, we don’t carry 5.5mm Velo Dog Revolver ammo, but only because American ammo makers had figured out before WWII that there was virtually no market for supplying the few intrepid French cyclists who bravely chose to stand and fight rather than flee from those nasty, vicious poodles.


Regardless, we’ve got those little brass tubes of concentrated trouble in as many calibers and bullet weights as possible to facilitate the ability of you, the consumer, to make holes in everything from tin cans to Cape Buffalo.


Editor’s note:  Extensive research of test subjects in their natural habitat indicates that guns are statistically more fun when you’re shooting them.