Officials say it is caused by a run on gun shops to buy
Demand for firearms and ammunition is so high these days that even some law enforcement agencies are having problems getting their hands on some. The issue is forcing some sheriff's offices to cut back on what they use for training.
Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabine, who chairs the Buckeye State Sheriff's Association's Concealed Carry Committee says it goes hand in hand with the number of Ohioans wanting to get licensed to carry a weapon. but he doesn't see it being a long-term issue.
Some think gun owners are buying up ammunition due to concerns about possible future restrictions.