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    I would contribute to a verified good cause.
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    OK, INGOers. You have to check with the scouts and 4H people because they don't
    know ingo exists. Yes there was one member asking for help with 4H. They don't
    charge the kids the guys buy the ammo out of their own pockets. I gave them 12
    bulk packs of Fed.22. Also gave some to local Scouts. They had not heard of ingo.
    These kids are the future of our shooting sports. When you donate ammo to kids
    programs you invest in all of our futures.

    Mike

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    I can help out with .22 lr in the Michiana area (South Bend).
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    I will help if I can.
    Indy west side just above Speedway. Will donate to a good program.

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    Most every county has the 4-H shooting sports program. In our county My son is signed up for .22 pistol this year. So far I heard they are ok on ammo.

    If you are sincere, call your local 4-H Extension office ask them for the shooting sports contact phone number and ask them directly. I would not ask the agent what they think as they are probably guessing. Try here for a phone number Purdue Extension

    In general each county offers:
    Air Rifle-No issue w/ pellet supplies.
    Air Pistol-No issue w/ Pellet supplies
    Archery-
    .22 Rifle- May need .22 lr
    .22 Pistol-May need .22 lr
    Shotgun- Abundant supply
    Muzzleloader- Haven't heard of an issue unless it is primers.

    I think that is it. One thing they sometimes offer is shooting larger caliber at the end of the program season as a treat. If I recall correctly, for instance my son shot .223 at the end of the .22 LR season last year.

    I am also involved in scouts. You would have to contact each Council to see if they are ok on inventory. They shoot archery, .22 LR and shotgun at summer camp.
    ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE ZOMBIES?

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    +1 Gunpowder! You said it better than I could!

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    I'll get greene county 4h. Who will contact another county?


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    NWI INGO may run into this issue as we are co-hosting a youth day with Winamac DNR in JUNE. More info here:
    http://ingunowners.com/forums/ingo_e...youth_day.html

    We have plenty of .22lr rifles and .223 rilfes and instructors going but ammo donations are still low. Granted June is still a ways away.

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    Cool thread. We have enough at DCC to make it through the year, I think, for the youth.

    I wonder if they will ration ammo at Ransburg scout camp this year? I guess I'll find out in June.

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