Report: Walmart Forbids Store Managers From Ordering More Ammunition

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Walmart Restricts Ammunition Sales

As gun and ammunition sales across the United States skyrocket and store shelves are emptied of just about anything related to weapons and accessories that may soon be banned by the Federal Government, some of America’s largest and most well known corporations are starting to take sides.

Reports have been streaming in over the last few weeks indicating that retail giant Walmart may be standing against the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and that their corporate headquarters has taken steps to restrict the availability of ammunition.

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I’ve read various postings on message boards claiming local Wal-Mart managers told customers they are no longer permitted to reorder ammo inventory. I can confirm this is true.

I went to Wal-Mart today in our town to buy ammo. The case was almost empty. I asked the store manager when new supplies will arrive.

He said, “Corporate headquarters notified all local managers that we can not order any more ammo until further notice.”

Do Wal-Mart executives know that Piers Morgan doesn’t shop at Wal-Mart, but millions of middle class American families are the source of their wealth? What happens to Wal-Mart’s earnings if Middle Class America boycotts Wal-Mart for caving in to Obama?

I’ve always suspected the gun grabbers would cut off ammo supplies first. They’re doing it now. Next, they will use strong arm tactics to shut down ammo manufacturers. You’ll have a gun, but no bullets to load in it. It’s only the beginning of the communist agenda. This plan was prepared a long time ago. The commies are pushing hard and fast. They plan to overrun a confused and bewildered public that can’t fathom that a genuine communist takeover is underway.

Last week, Bank of America chose to stand with the anti-gun movement when they froze the funds of a licensed online gun retailer, reportedly telling the owner of American Spirit Arms that he, “should not be selling guns and parts on the internet.”

Supporters of the Second Amendment, however, are speaking with their wallets, having lambasted Bank of America for their actions, with many claiming they were closing their accounts immediately.

When one of the largest online sporting goods stores in the world, Cheaper Than Dirt, suspended the sale of firearms after mounting pressure from anti-gun groups and the government, thousands of comments from disgruntled customers – many of them now ex-customers – overwhelmed the company’s Facebook page.

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    I also tried to sell some of my extra AR-15 magazines on E-bay and Craigslist. They are NOT allowing the postings and sales of any items related to guns. The Clamp is being tightened. Does the government really want this fight? I sure hope not…..

    • William

      There are free local sites to sell your items. Just google local gun classifieds.

    • Jean

      I hope it does.

      We now have the information on their home addresses and families.
      So let’s END the genes responsible for this stupidity, en toto – and finish the revolution. We dealt with the Crown the first time, and Federalism the second time (and lost), and now – we need to answer the statists (socialists, communists, et al) en masse, and without emrcy. We need to END the Betas. And we need to accept the COSTS there, too.

      You don’t make an omelette and feel sorry for the eggs. You don’t go fishing and feel sorry for the worms.

      You don’t go to DC and tell the people to f*xk off, either.

    • LIMD


    • Mudlogger

      Ebay and CL have never allowed guns or magazines to be sold. At least not in the last 15 years or so. Nothing new there.

      • Bob Jones

        eBay allows magazines to be sold, just not anything over 10 rds. It is a California based company.

    • SKIP

      Pissed!!! YES, they do want the fight and “THEY” started it, it will not end well for any concerned except maybe the EBT card users.

      • Jean

        EBT card users should be seen as “targets of opportunity.”
        (And when I lost my job a while back, we were ON EBT, so I can be understanding – but won’t have the knowledge to target dscriminately. First-time users look the same as frauds, I’m afraid. Cancer is cancer, benign growths go away, malignant growths metastasize, but I can’t tell which is which. 🙁 Pity, especially in these bad times – but it’s the bad times that make targets out of otherwise honorable people, FOR THE VERY REASON WE NEED TO ENGAGE IN AGGRESSIVE “CHEMOTHERAPY.” )

        HEY, a solution to the problem!
        If it’s LEGAL to print private information like gun owner’s names and addresses – it should ALSO be legal to print out the names and addresses of those on EBT for more than, say 3 years. THAT would preclude harming those who are there through pure bad luck or lack of work, but want to get off the dole!

        Think it would pass any legal tests? Or is it OK to publish “evil gun owner’s” names and addresses, but illegal to publish parasite’s names and addresses?

        I knwo ONE parasit’es address: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.. Good luck finding the parasite there, though…

        • GDawg

          Maybe ammotherapy. 😉

    • murphyzlaw

      First off that has pretty much been Craigslist policy from the beginning, Ebay changed their policy towards firearms years ago. I have no problem buying gun parts, including magazines, on Ebay.
      Try you will have no problem there.
      As for your complaint about Craigslist and Ebay, it is their company and they can accept or reject items as they see fit. Your paranoia is obvious.

    • Oliphant
    • walker28

      @pissed: “They [eBay and Craig’s List] are NOT allowing the postings and sales of any items related to guns.”

      Yes, but this is not a new development. Both venues have long forbidden these listings.

      Alternatives include:

    • Isaac

      I’ll buy them!

    • jen

      I’m sure you do background checks when you sell your guns on Craigslist? You dumbass.

    • Heather

      Neither of those sites have ever allowed firearms sales, or sales of firearms stuff (some get posted, anyway, but they aren’t allowed). Ebay is headquartered in San Jose, craigslist is in San Francisco. They’d run afoul of CA state gun laws pretty quick if they did allow such.

      There’s plenty to get upset about, without spending effort on sites that are simply conducting business how they always have.

  • boogaloo 4 you

    Easy answer to this – BOYCOTT WALMART for all your weekly shop- there are plenty of alternatives to WALLY MART – if as a nation we boycott them they will soon come round, people power IS POWER and Wally Mart cannot afford to p*ss us off as a nation.

    • Noah

      Agreed; Just don’t buy it at Wal-Mart, it won’t be much there anyway, and when you need something other than ammo, go somewhere else. Stop supporting this commie corporation, that has pushed the little man out then hiked their prices so high that they are robbing you.

    • SKIP

      It won’t affect Wal-Martinez in the least, they take EBT cards and not many Whites use those or can even get them. Last time I was home from Afghanistan and went to a Wal-Martinez the back of the store, the food part, looked like I was back in Guatemala or Honduras and the front cashiers were all from Africa.

  • Really?

    I went to a Walmart in MA today and they had just received a substantial amount of 9mm. I have had no trouble buying .40 here in CT. I would have bought in MA but it appears you cannot buy without a MA carry permit

  • ncjoe

    You fuckheads only like private enterprise when it does what you think it should. Wal MArt is PRIVATE ENTERPRISE. They can run their business as tehy see fit. You really are a bunch of dumbasses.

    • LIMD

      ncjoe says:

      “You fuckheads only like private enterprise when it does what you think it should. Wal MArt is PRIVATE ENTERPRISE. They can run their business as tehy see fit. You really are a bunch of dumbasses.”

      Speaking of DUMBASSES, you might want to proof your comments before you post them. I believe it is ‘they’ and not ‘tehy’ and that it is ‘Mart’ and not ‘MArt’

      • MT Prepper

        If you don’t like the reports, go somewhere else. While you’re at it, take the third grade spelling class again.

        • MT Prepper

          Sorry, meant to put it on his

    • OldGuy

      Hey ncjoe you are right, us fuckheads and dumbasses only spend our money at business we like…imagine that. They can do anything they want to and we consumers will just spend our dollar someplace else. You are a bright one, no wonder your momma calls you sonshine.

    • TerryA

      and we have the right to spend our money where we see fit and it will not be walmart

    • SKIP

      Wal-Martinez is NOT a private enterprise, it is a publicly traded company and has been for a long time.

      • Jean

        Publically-traded doesn’t mean they need to do anything, EXCEPT not “discriminate” in hiring, right?

        Oh, no – excuse me, that applies to EVERYONE (IE, blocks out any/all freedom of association.)

        Not trying to be a total dick, just pointing out that stock trades have no bearing on anything. Unfortunately.
        OTOH, burnt-out stores have a net negative effect on the workers. Hitting the C-levels, though – THAT will sting.

        • SKIP

          I like the way you think Jean. Also, i think the STC puts a lot of rules out for traded companies to follow or draw the wrath of da fed. The main rule is that they MUST hire all the blacks that apply and another is MUST promote blacks and NEVER try to fire one for criminal conduct while on the job. See congress and senate for explicit examples. No offense meant, just friendly banter and of course, as has happened in the past, I COULD be wrong! 🙂

    • Lutz

      Please… No teenagers allowed here at this forum. You have yet to make a valid point about anything.

      Now go back to doing the ONE thing that you know, playing stupid zombie killing games on the Play Station that mommy bought you.

  • Jack

    What ashame, as a father of two boys when ever I would take them target shooting I always got ammo from walmart. Whats the world coming too

    • SKIP

      To be just like AFRICA or Saudi Arabia as the sacred negro muslim wishes and all the welfare parasites too.

      • Jean

        Heh. 🙂
        Actually, Racism is quite prevalent in Islam. White Muslims are “better” than dark Muslims. (IE, North Africans “better” than South Africans.) Haven’t been there first-hand, only read accounts of how the poor Muslims were always dark-skinned, somehow.

        • SKIP

          Jean, I AM THERE FIRST HAND and speak Arabic rather well and I can confirm that the real muslims (Saudis, UAEs and Kuwaitis) do in fact dislike blacks intensly and the Saudis in particular dislike them and consider them for only slave labor and NOTHING else…not really a bad idea actually. I can also attest to the fact that idiot American blacks contracting in Kuwait unwittingly take their lives in their hands when they make rude or sexual comments to Abaya clad Kuwaitia women, the blacks simply cannot help themselves. I can relate a spirit lifting experience of the BLOODS or CRIPS in Kuwait too, their visit to Kuwait didn’t end like they thought it might or should!


    I hear these comments of Wal-Mart dictating to stores to not order ammo on here and I am curious to what extent this may be true or not. I work for a walmart in the mid south. We are ordering ammo and still sell the AR platform rifles. I am not an advocate for walmart and do not agree that any business or government entity should be able to mandate anything on the public. I buy what i can where i can to prepare my family for the uncertain times ahead

  • Lowtolerance

    Wouldn’t set foot in one anyway. It’s a matter of principle. Nice to have that affirmed yet again. Now, say it with me, “F… walmart.”

  • Pamad

    Sounds like when walmart met with the brady bunch they told them cooperate with us and OBAMANATION care wont apply to wally world

  • Varian Wrynn

    Guess what? Plenty of places sell ammo, like and

    • SKIP

      Both of those have had huge runs on everything though Lucky Gunner is still getting some stuff it is gone as fast as they post receipt of it. Just did buy 1000 rounds of 9mm at a very good price. CTD hasn’t had anything for some time now, stay with lucky gunner and watch their site every day if not twice a day (I am not a shareholder, just a customer lol)

  • Craig

    I’m not a fan of Wal-Mart, exactly, but I am a former employee and can attest that there may be several reasons for a hold on ammo orders. These reasons may be on a state of municipal level…some cities have banned airsoft and bb gun and accesory sales within their borders. Others can be vendor based. There have been several defective ammo caches sold at Wal-Mart and as all sales are final they may be trying to root out the problem. If the stores are being re-modeled they may hold further shipments for stock safety and accuracy. At the end of the day, Wal-Mart is a business and they always put profit first (trust me I know) and they will not discontinue weapon or ammo sales because it will hit them where it hurts-their bottom line.

    • JennyA

      Don’t be naive, Craig. The government is rapidly taking full control over everything and if they order Wally Mart to stop ordering ammo or selling guns, execs at Wally Mart will listen. They won’t risk the government shutting them down for disobeying and they still profit from sales of other merchandise anyway.

      • murphyzlaw

        Maybe, just maybe, this is another internet rumor. Maybe, just maybe, it is true and WM is not ordering because they are concerned that they may make a HUGE order to stock their stores only to have an Executive Order signed that bans the sale of some of that kind of ammunition. They would then be stuck with a ton of ammunition in limbo.

        • Maybe, just maybe, you should either go to a WalMart and ask, or call them and find out for yourselves. I did just this today. Here is my account of what happened:

          I can confirm this as a solid fact. I went to Walmart not to buy ammunition, but pretend to. I went to the ammo cabinet and it looked like Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard. All that was left in it was a lot of oddball shit nobody shoots and some shotgun shells nobody ever uses because it’s outrageously over priced turkey shot and copper plated buck.

          So, after I spent a few moments surveying the cabinet I soon went to the desk to talk to the Sporting department guy. I pretended to be interested in buying some .22lr, which by the way is empty everywhere and way overpriced for the shit you can get. I asked him when he expected a new shipment on .22lr.

          His response almost verbatim after a long pause and uncomfortable expression on his face: “Well,…I,..Uh, see I’ve been told by my manager that,…It’s come down from corporate that we can’t order any more ammunition until we see what Congress is going to do. We may just stop carrying it completely.”

          So there it is. I could tell the old guy was a shooter himself and he was disgusted by having to tell me this. I played nice and thanked him. I didn’t want to stir up any trouble with the old guy because it was obvious he was deeply bothered by it.

          This account is from a WalMart in central Florida.

  • Canadiangal

    LOL just friggin’ LOL. Yes we do laugh at your “gun laws” and attempts of “control” As you say “I love my Country neighbors, but stay off my fucking lawn or I will shoot you dead” attitude.

    • SKIP

      As Americistan goes, so goes Canadistan! Both of our countries are being over run with hostile and beligerent, entitlement fueled blacks and muslims and when the SHTF it is going to blow all over the place young lady. No offense meant.

  • murphyzlaw

    A week ago Saturday, I was in need of a very small screw to mount a rear sight aperture on a rifle. I remembered a mom and pop gun store called Active Arms on the south side of Ft. Collins, Colorado, near where I live. I went there and before I could explain to Bruce what I needed he went in the back of the store and came out with the exact screw I needed. Obviously he knows his gunsmithing. What got my attention was the amount of ammunition he had available. Obviously a shipment had arrived. I bought some because it was available and it was competitively priced. Yes, it was more than WM, but less than the big box, discount, sporting goods warehouse that I had been buying at. I have no financial interest in this store, but I do like the small business feel of the place.

  • Walmart would quit selling ammo, since when would they put what a few loons want before profit?
    I can think of only 1 reason. The gov may be cutting thrm in on background checks and such si Walmart can nik and dime their customers more. I lean, come on here is a company that does nit want made in china on labels but wants made global.

  • JAS

    I don’t know if this is truth or just rumor, but I will be inquiring at my local Walmart stores. If it is, I will be taking my thousands of dollars worth of business elsewhere. As one person stated, they have every right to decide what to sell and I have every right to not buy from them. Here in the south, most people have guns and hunt and will not support a business that caves in to the antigunners. Don’t just jump to conclusions, but if this does prove out, encourage your shooting friends to take their business elsewhere and to also tell the local store managers why you are doing so. They need to hear that this policy will hurt them where it counts.

  • RedFox

    Went to Wal-Mart here in Texas yesterday and they had just restocked several popular calibers. They had been pretty much just down to shotgun shells and odd calibers until yesterday.

  • Orwellian States

    Well, in East Tennessee I guess I will be buying grocery items at Food City instead of Walmart. Bass Pro is several exits down I-40, so I can buy ammo and sporting goods there or locally. Remember when Walmart would brag about selling American made products. Now they sell crap. Spend a little more and support local stores.

  • LilyV

    Actually, Walmart makes their wealth from the fact that the majority of the products they sell are made in China and other foreign countries. Anyone who shops there is supporting an anti-American communist faction in those countries. If gun owners choose not to shop at Walmart, our economy might improve significantly.

  • Spook89

    Wal-mart may just be following Schumer’s marching orders. Thanks to sipseystreetirregulars for the heads-up.

  • Ryan

    I tried buying a 10/22 stainless steel model from walmart right at the start of this craze. Ran the background, BCI was swamped they told walmart they where back logged they would have to respond back later. Walmart told me they would call me back once the background was approved, told me they wouldn’t sell the gun. So, I waited, and Waited, and waited. about a week after waiting (I heard about the 8-10 day waits) I called them. They stated that they had not heard back yet from BCI. I went on vacation for a week. No Call. Came back…no call. Went to walmart to find out whats up…No record of my background ANYWHERE. They Lost or destroyed my approval and sold the gun to someone else…Screw walmart.

  • i heard walmart pays there workers 20 plus an hour starting pay and thats there lowest paying job.
    and i heard the have real good job benefits and one of the best places to work,any truth to that….hehehehhehehe
    why would you even buy things where they take advantage of people like real low paying job and no job security,you know what they about but only going to start boycotting them when they stepping on your shoes,maybe all of us should help each other on all issues that threaten our way of life or just hand your guns on over because when push comes to shove your not going to fight anyway

    • Rosey

      I’ve stopped shopping at Wallymart, unless they have something I can’t get elsewhere in my little town. No more grocery shopping or much of anything else. Didn’t like them anyway, this was just the last straw.

      I’ve known clerks and Managers. It’s their managers that get paid very well with great benefits. The clerks are part time with nothing but being overworked. I doubt they’ve grown a heart within the past 5 years.

  • sorry for this miss spelling just some people that claim they are awake are realy not,there only looking after themselves and no one else and thats the reason this country is in the shape its in because people only caring about themself and screw you.

  • rutro95

    do people really think that the government is going to shut down smith-n-wesson or remington,or any of the other large firearm an ammo makers,that shit would be tied up in the courts for years and then even if they did get laws passed it would be just like proabition,the black market would thrive just like drugs when they started the so called drug wars ,walla more they will acheive the exact oppisate of what they are trying to acheive.

  • Oath Keeper

    Come to think of it, I thought it was because everyone was buying it up, on Thursday night. Guess the decision was made before today.

  • GDawg

    The fix is beyond the ballot box.

  • to late

    they have started the round-ups time to bug out

    • SKIP

      We have no where else to go, we are gonna have to stand and fight this time as there is no new country to go to.

  • johnny

    buy ammo anywhere you can because it’s going to vanish this year. stop wasting it at the range. you will have live targets soon enough.

    learn to use a knife, tomahawk, bow, crossbow.

    Get in shape and start hiking. stop attending mindless sporting events. Get out in the woods and
    harden your bodies to the elements. Get a backpack and go on a 10 or 20 mile hike. sleep on the ground.

    Breathe the fresh air and revel in your health and freedom. You are free and willing to fight to stay free.

  • A government going behind closed doors with a corporation to mae more rules and regulations that are suppose to be good for the citizebs. Yet the citizens are not included or cannit vote on this, huh?
    Is this maybe like the submortgage scam, where housing was speculated upon. After which a bunch of wailing babies whined for taxpayer handouts?
    More ruination just around the corner.
    It is not the people looking out for themselves.
    Just more government and corporatkins making your life miserable.

  • David Stinehelfer

    I am sorry to tell you this but you are diffently miss informed on this I just personally talked to Wal-Mart corportation and was informed that they had not even heard of this and that they need to go back and talk to the person they talked to and manager who said that corport was changing things. The fact is they are NOT changing anything and appreciated my phone call to inform her of what is going around on the internet. THINGS WILL BE REMAINING THE SAME AS AWAYS SO YOU CAN STILL GET AMMO AT WAL-MART!!!!

    • SKIP

      If you believe that, then call the BLACK HOUSE and ask if the black muslim in charge is really a muslim and if he (THEY) are going to try to trash the Consitution and take guns away from Americans. Let us know what they (the black house) say.

  • Walter

    I just left Walmart and I’m glad I did. There is plenty to dislike about that company anyways. My last check will go towards a good rifle if I can manage to find one. Ignoring all the little things the big picture is this government is out of control and everyone with half a mind should be preparing themselves for the next 10 years. I agree with Johnny’s post above… we could all do to shape up a bit and be prepared.

  • Ron

    I disagree with the “fact” that the writer said they could confirm that WALMART Inc is telling their employes not to order ammo. They are trying to control the delivery of the ammo evenly across the company based on the high demand shipments are being delayed and supplies are limited. I called Winchester TulaUSA and Remington personally and they are supplying the ammo as fast as they can make it. Demand is high because of fear of not being able to protect their families. Fear will get us all killed. Walmart is not responsible for the lack of ammo. It is the suppliers. So the anger needs to be directed to the government not Walmart. They are just a retailer. Not a law maker.

    • Randy McInerney

      You need to Google up:

      “Walmart Responds to “Suspended Ammo” Story

      They start out by saying they are not and then the girl calls the main offices and they are told they will recieve no more ammo until the administration in Washington is done with gun control legislation…they did’nt even mention “CONGRESS” ….interesting point is’nt it?

      The insiders on other websites have found out that Walmart has Warehouses FULL of small arms ammo and could sell a full Skid Crate of cases od small arms ammo a day at every store they own. They are LYING about shortages….there are NO shortages at WALMART.
      The manufacturers claim they are having trouble getting parts. Brass , Lead etc etc..or were..?

      BUT Walmart is sitting on several warehouses full…. waiting.
      Don’t take my word …Google it.

  • Brandon

    Walmarts aren’t allowing stores to order more ammunition right now because demand is higher than supply. Corporate is ordering ammo from distributors and passing it out to their stores as fairly as they can.

    Just like in 2008. The sooner you all stop trying to buy dumptrucks of .223 at a time the faster they will be able to get ammo in.

    • Bob

      Learn how to reload your own ammo.

    • Randy McInerney

      I wish that were true… but Obama just put in a 1.6 BILLION bullet order for {of all places} “Homeland Security”? NOT the MILITARY

      Why would HLS need enough bullets to kill everyone in this country 5 or 6 times over? Plus he ordered 7,000 fully auto-matic assult rifles, and 2,000 “light” tanks. Plus who knows how many A R 15s semi-autos?
      100’s of millions of Hollow point Gold Dot ammo and other “hollow points” in both 9mm and 45 acp.

      He is only doing this to KEEP the ammo people so busy that WE have more trouble getting ammo. Don’t take my word for it …Google it up.

      He knows Congress is not going to pass any GUN BILLS so he is gonna “DO IT HIMSELF” as he always says.

      Congress needs to grow up and IMPEACH this SOCIALIST.

  • Randy McInerney

    Walmart is in cahoots with Obama holding ammo back away from the patriots in this country. My wife is forbidden to shop at Walmart until they bring back ALL the Ammo and ALL the guns…ALL of BOTH.
    My wife is all for it.
    We don’t mind paying a little bit more for our food, our THINGS…and our Black Friday…and our Christmas Easter and 4th of July as well. If we can run Walmart’s bottom line down far enough maybe they will go belly up.We need everyone to stand with us for the Constitution of this country and the PEOPLE.
    We can live without Walmart…tomorrow will still come and everything. lol Besides I think the other stores need our help. Especially the mom & pop stores.
    and Kroger , K-Mart, Homedepot, have deals…there are a lot of places cheaper than Walmart on Big Flat screen HDTVs!!!

  • ChristCrusader

    I just spoke to my local WalMart store’s sporting mgr, and he says that WalMart has blocked him from placing “manual orders.” This would be used if he knew a customer was coming in for x number of rounds in excess of inventory, then he (mgr) would place a “manual order” for x number of rounds for that intended purchase. I can see, that this a pointless process nowadays and it’s natural for corporate to say son’t do this anymore, since everything is in demand, and there’s no extra of anything. This mgr. told me there’s no change on corporate policy about selling ammo, only an issue of supply.

  • gary allen

    That’s a bunch of bull..we have a walmart here that has ammo every day . Tired of these bull crap stories that surface. Everybody reports the truth to be hogwash, and only the hogwash hits the papers, web, blog as truth….. Obama’s hind end is covered by the media as golden, when he is a bonafide idiot……with no spine . Change to the Constitution will not come easy……..the way Barry wants it to. How about yall cover THAT. Call a radical a radical…….call a Muslim a Muslim…..just like everyone calls republicans old white men…….The Media loves that one……but buffers any negative of Obama, Radical Muslim extremists, or Liberal Communistic Democrats…

  • yo

    This is not true I work at a walmart in CA and our managers have not been told this and we are still as stocked on ammo as any other time. You right wing conspiracy nuts just pull shit from your ass and spread it as truth.

    • Anonymous

      Coming from someone stupid enough to vote for Obummer and That is not even smart enough to not live in a communist state. Your comment don’t mean very much. You yo-yo

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  • Parker Orfield

    Government disarmament is here now. confiscation is next! Join the NRA before we lose all are gun rights!