My ObservationsCabela stores were terrible IMO before they were sold. That is if you wanted powders, primers, etc. If you wanted a ChiComm-made camo flannel nightie for your SO or peanut butter fudge, they had it to the rafters. Haven't stepped foot in one in probably five years. Online was marginally better.
Fear mongering and proposing panic buying is not going to help us.It's not Cabela's or Bass pro. I spoke to a rep and they said the manufactures are not shipping products. Who knows, maybe G.Soros bought them out and knowing people are stock piling all the necessary elements for a possible revolt. Forget about reloading your own, buy as much manufactured ammo available NOW!
Is out of powder primers and ammo the shelves are"bare" empty !!!Cabelas I was a big shopper there. Now I don't hardy go in there anymore. I loved there camo, and Redhead never cut it at pro bass. I never like Capital One either. Capital One use to and still probable does allow people to charge pass their limit, then add $20 to $30 for each time you were over limit. They wouldn't stop the charges that were over, just a fee for doing that. I am just about ready to turn in my card. I had some point on the card and use most of them up.
I buy 95% of my stuff online but always enjoy a chance to shop at SW. Shelves are (usually) fully stocked, and you have to love a place where quite a few of their locations have trapping equipment. They have their share of cheap, foreign lines, but their reloading components area is top notch. They, too, price at MSRP. Needed a cheap orange vest for a trip I was taking and had to pay something like $30 for a UnderArmour. Give me a break.Sportsman's Warehouse in my area has some good deals and were fully stocked