Around here, they had .44 Mag, .22-250 and .357 Sig on the shelves constantly. 40 S&W would pop up every now and again, but was soon horded by the Wally World ammo stalkers. .22LR hardly ever graced the shelves, but the .17 caliber rimfires sat, and sat there. I have a guy across the river from me and he already had a pretty sizable amount of ammo stocked up, and 95% of what I was looking for, he had. But primers and components became pretty scarce for quite awhile.
Ammunition's no good if you don't have the guns and mags to load it up in...