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Rural King Suspends Online Ammo Sales to Keep Stores in Stock

A 9 mm pistol and ammunition sit on top of an AF Form 1314 Firearms Registration form and a DD Form 2760 Qualification to Possess Firearms or Ammunitions form at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., July 10, 2015. Personnel in the dormitories, visiting quarters and temporary lodging facilities are required to store their weapons at the armory, according to the memorandum from the 5th SFS Armory for the permanent entry or removal of personally owned weapons. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class J. T. Armstrong)

US – Rural King said in a press release today they will suspend online ammunition sales to keep the stores stocked locally.

“Serving you, our customers, is at the core of our values. During this time of uncertainty, we’d like to assure you that we are doing everything in our power to keep the essential products you need available in our stores and online.”

The company says that suspending online ammo sales will help keep stock for local people who need it.

“We pride ourselves on being a local store you can rely on,” rural king said,”Other products on rkguns.com will still be available and ammunition will be available for purchase in our 119 locations.”