Wisconsin gun dealers say they can’t keep firearms or ammunition in stock in some cases. The increase in demand for weapons driven by the coronavirus pandemic is still going, full steam ahead. Ten months after the first cases of COVID-19 appeared in Wisconsin, people still want to buy weapons. Superior Shooters Supply has been forced to ration ammunition to one box per customer due to the panic demand. Demand is even high for air rifles and pepper spray – and there is rarely a day when customer traffic lets up.