I'll add a link for more info, but after New Hope, NY legislatures enacted a law requiring all ammunition sales to be done face to face, making purchase through online sites like Gunbroker illegal.
There is a whole package of other restrictions to the "New SAFE Act rules" read more here: http://www.the-leader.com/article/20140114/NEWS/140119845
and I find this interesting, although the content differs somewhat.http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/NY-SAFE-Act-ammo-sales-deadline-is-a-dud-5143693.php
The interesting point (something I guess I assumed) says that ammo purchasers must be background checked now before purchasing ammo - forgive for being in the Socialist state of New Jersey, but that is a given here, you need to show your firearms ID to purchase ammo, I assume MOST OF YOU do not have to do that???
And in the short video embedded in the second link I provide, it says that ammo can still be purchased online as long as 1) you meet the online seller face to face and 2) he/she has a license to sell in NY. Whoopy freakin' doo - so what is different about the law and this exemption except that you can PAY FOR IT prior to going to pick it up in person - bite me Gov. Cuomo, I'll take my chances with Chris Christie and his Bridge-Gate scandal (finally a "GATE" scandle with a name that makes sense at least) NJ law makers want to reduce magazine capacity to 10 rounds, but that isn't going anywhere and of course they want to add more weapons to the ASSAULT WEAPONS LIST. Using the term assault weapons today is so arbitrary, if a state or the Feds wish, they can classify anything as an assault weapon, can't they? Isn't that the loop-hole that will drive nails into the lid of the 2nd amendment coffin?
As, one Youtube said (I believe it was The Yankee Marshall) Nothing stops anyone with a handgun and a pouch full of 10 round mags from doing a mass killing in a state where carry laws are prohibited - it is only an armed citizenry that can put this shooter down. And sadly he is right, you don't need a tricked out AK or AR to commit total carnage. I can't remember the Amish school house shoot and what he had, but it wouldn't have mattered anymore than Aurora moviehouse.
I spent my morning at the range and I need to go that way again tomorrow, so I'll likely stop buy again. I have committed myself to making our home our fallout location if SHTF. My wife loves to shoot (I'm still so pleased that she enjoys the range) and she also takes it serious, as we have planned for any home intrusion. We don't have an arsenal, yet what we have, we train with. She has cleaned both our guns on two occasions to familiarize herself with breaking down and reassembling the Glock, she is in charge of counting and storage of the ammo as well - with the .22 we weigh the ammo to keep track of it, at almost exactly 3 grams with the Federal Champion 36 grain hollow point, using our very accurate digital kitchen scale makes for easy round tracking.
We've had several bug out drills. We both initiate them without the other knowing when - we yell "INTRUDER DRILL" loud enough to be heard through the home and then follow our plans. We have taken this all serious, as I said: following Super Storm Sandy, everything changed. Today, we are more prepared for any emergency, even have a bug-out place for a tornado, something New Jersey does get, bet you didn't know that. "Under our stairs" which lead up to the living room and down to the lower lever in this bi-level home of our, it is very fortified. There are two full closets, one that can be entered from a bedroom and goes through to the laundry room. The pass through height is about 4ft high and fronted by a 6 step high solid concrete porch to the north and fully built of support beams overhead and each of the two closeted sections are 2X4 structured internal walls. It is a very good place for about 4 people to hold out in any weather condition.
I just mention all this, because when one state enacts a law, suddenly neighboring states seem to think that is a great idea and adopts it. Before you know it, I can't get ammo without paying $24 for 100 rounds of .22 IF it is available. There's no better way to create a blackmarket than to make something legal, illegal. And when people who are already hoarding ammo have no other outlet to purchase than to but face to face, chaos ensues and martial law breaks out and the government gets what they want, a panicked population that enforces what the people who want to take the 2nd Amendment away have been saying all along.
If you can create mod mentality over Cabbage Patch Kids, Talking Elmos and Beanie Babies, wait until you feel your own ability to protect your family stripped away - you'll want ammo then and plenty of it - if all Hell breaks loose in the streets, you will do whatever is needed to survive.