Okay, I know, we've heard it all before, but here goes anyway. My local Academy gets shipments Tues, Thurs, and Saturdays. I've always gone on Saturdays when I don't work OT. Since the madness started, you had best be there by about 7:15 (opens 8:00) to have any hope at all. There's always the same bunch at the front of the line anyway, and I can think of better places to camp. Anyway, couple of weeks ago, decided to go a little later, like 7:45. Pretty far back, but still got my 50rd box of 9mm. They had quite a bit that day, even a few 100rd boxes. Today, I decided not to hurry, get there a little after 8; few people still walking out with ammo, figured I'd be lucky to have anything left. To my surprise, there were probably 30-40 boxes of Speer Lawman, couple boxes Remington, several Monarch (94 grain?)...plus .45, .223, .308. Just couldn't believe that much was still there! Got my one 50rd box and left. I guess my question is this: have the "hoarders" finally figured they have enough, the "gougers" figured out they're not going to make the fortune they thought, and in-store stock will start going up? I realize it'll be awhile to get back to whatever your definition of normalcy is, but again, I was just surprised. Thoughts?