Why Are Guns Low In Stock Or Out Of Stock?

I have an FOID card, looking for a home defense gun. Everywhere I look I can only find either cheap HER 22LR revolvers, black powder only, derringers or very expensive guns ($500 or more) on almost every online gun retailer I look on, impactguns included. I owe a $1 fee to gunbroker for using a “free email” which I have not paid yet as I do not have a credit or debit card. Anyway, can anyone explain why guns are low in stock or out of stock altogether? Does this have to do with most gun nuts and their intense fear of President Obama banning guns and stocking up on them?
Also: Bonus points (10 points) to anyone that can tell me where I can get surplus guns for sale to the public under $250 and/or High Point, Cobra and Comanche guns, anywhere that is FFL transfer certified/licensed and non auction if possible. Thanks.

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3 Responses to “Why Are Guns Low In Stock Or Out Of Stock?”

  1. Tivogal says:


  2. Anonymou says:

    There’s only a couple guns under $450 that are worth buying…Browning Buckmark, Ruger Mark III, Ruger 10/22, Remington 870, Mossberg 500. I wouldn’t trust my life to a cheap gun…

  3. f100_sup says:

    It is NOT just the “gun nuts” that are worrying about NEW gun bans; but this worry HAS driven up the prices and caused a “run” on guns at the stores.
    The same applies to ammunition.
    I suggest waiting until things “cool down” and get back to “normal” if possible.
    For home defense, a shotgun is best, in MY opinion; for several reasons, including limited penetration of walls.
    A pawn shop that handles guns MAY be a good place to look.

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