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Stores in Texoma Are Running Out of Guns and Ammo

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ARDMORE, OK--   The national ammo shortage is effecting gun owners right here in Texoma.

In many gun shops in Oklahoma and throughout the nation, there are many customers, but not enough guns and ammo to support their demand.

Gun shop owners are now having to ration off their supply of ammo for guns due to the demand from frequent customers and customers who are traveling to find guns and ammunition.

With the future of gun use lying in the hands of officials in Washington, gun owners are on the hunt everywhere.

Shop owners say talks in Washington have helped the sell of guns and ammo increase.

With the high demands for ammo. It is even taking gun shops longer to receive all their inventory to sell and shop owners say they have no way of knowing how long it will be this way.