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Ammo hoarding leaves new shooters unloaded

Cabela's .22 ammo shelf. (Dan Hansen)
Cabela's .22 ammo shelf. (Dan Hansen)

SHOOTING — Just in case you'd planned to take your kid out target shooting with a small-caliber rifle this weekend, you'd better have your own hoarded supply of ammunition.

Dan Hansen had that in mind when he went shopping the other day.

The photo above indicates the lack of ammo he found on the .22 caliber shelf at Cabela's.




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