Going back a few years, gun prices grew with the demand created by the anti gun laws. Even though it can
still be hard to find 22 LR ammunition. Other calibers of ammunition are available more.
Back when I bought my Super Redhawk. I noticed that (in a video) the Anchorage Walmart had the same
gun for around what I paid. But I thought that things were supposed to cost more in Alaska. The store here
actually tried to raise the price from what they originally told me. Another place here was 100 more
from the start. More recently I priced another revolver and the store only went 45 under retail. I feel that the demand has reduced but the stores are still trying to ride a higher demand wave that has fizzled greatly. I'll have to take my business elsewhere.
I realize that prices can vary greatly from town to town in Alaska. Most likely much more available
around cities like Anchorage. Is the demand reducing in Alaska when compared to a couple years ago?
Have the prices leveled off some?