Guess that removes the difficult decision of buying them at Walmart or at the shell house for some people.
And yet some Walmarts have a 3 box limit. I still think the overly generous 10 flat limit at one time just plays into the hands of the hoarders just proves he is just trying to get rid of them fast..They had a 10 flat limit on shells, and the supply was good until late last week when all the AIM folks started showing up. They are expecting more but no clue when that will happen. The shell house has plenty for everyone to buy for their shooting during the Grand so relax and be ready to have a great time! I’ve never heard anything about Walmart being obligated to have shells on hand just because the Grand was going on. The manager there tries his best to get what he can for us, cut him some slack!
Last time I checked a retail business is supposed to have an "across the board" like policy. I guess WalMart doesn't think so.So they are out of shell's, they had a bunch in and sold them, last time I checked that's what a retail business is supposed to do " sell inventory " more coming at some point and guess what they will sell them again that's how it works.
You would think a huge retailer like Walmart would have company wide standard policy for purchase limits to help avoid shortages.
Why every store is different seems odd.
No is is not odd, nothing strange about it. It is empowering employees to run the business as they see best. Can’t make people happy, they either curse the big business for not giving employees a say and part in running the business, then they bitch when some company does. It’s nothing new, been going on for a couple decades.Last time I checked a retail business is supposed to have an "across the board" like policy. I guess WalMart doesn't think so.
The Grand and the new extended customer base changed Walmarts policy totally in the sporting goods department. For that, anyone that ever bought ammo there and/or still does should be thankful.Last time I checked a retail business is supposed to have an "across the board" like policy. I guess WalMart doesn't think so.