My answer is pretty much the same as this. I haven't seen any 338 Win Mag but 30-06 can certainly be found if you look around.Carlile MyConnect will forward ammo up here. Sign up, get a MyConnect account number/address, and have almost any online company ship it to your MyConnect address in WA. Downside is having to pay WA sales tax plus Carlile fee. But it works.
My bad looking on my phone! It is nice that they show how much is in stock when you click on the offerings. .338 Win Mag seems to be a ghost for quite a while.I think that the screenshot in The German's post is from the AK Ammo site. I don't know where the OP is located but I think he will be able to find 30-06 if he shops around his local stores. The Win Mag is going to be the harder one.
I've only seen 338 Win Mag once in the last couple years and that was a guy at a gun show with a couple boxes on his table.My bad looking on my phone! It is nice that they show how much is in stock when you click on the offerings. .338 Win Mag seems to be a ghost for quite a while.
I was in Sportsman's last week and the shelves were full. I asked if that was normal now and they said yes.
Just about everyone has 30.06 now. Call first to save gas. Arctic Ammo, Bass Pro, Boondocks, Cabelas, Sportsman Warehouse, Three Bears, Wild West Guns. One of theThree Bears should have .338 Win Mag and Arctic Ammo is a good bet, too. Prices might shock you.
Yes, Carlile MyConnect. I have had a lot of ammo shipped up here through Carlile and its dirt cheap.