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Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Shaw 4 hours ago. 9 Replies

Posted in Gentleman Gunners.If you have the opportunity to shoot with any frequency, you may have noticed a little issue of procuring ammo over the past couple years. If you needed it you had to shop…Continue

 

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Michael Shaw replied to Tim the Enforcer's discussion Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?
"I haven't seen a bulk box of my preferred ammo, the venerable .22 lr, in a very long time.  I'm down to my bare minimum stock and can't shoot anymore without replacing it.  9 is finally coming back but finding my particular…"
4 hours ago
J. R. Thompson replied to Tim the Enforcer's discussion Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?
"My thoughts exactly about reloading, except I haven't bought anything.... yet. :) It'll be at the top of the Christmas list though!!"
5 hours ago
Kyle Aldridge replied to Tim the Enforcer's discussion Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?
"Cabela's wanted 35$ for a 50 round box of 230 grain .45 JHP... I remember paying 10-15$ for that stuff back in the day. I've got a few reloading supplies, but I don't have a complete setup.  Seeing that, which I didn't…"
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Steve Dallas replied to Tim the Enforcer's discussion Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?
"All that has been said and the volatility in the metals market."
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J. R. Thompson replied to Tim the Enforcer's discussion Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?
"The responses are all very interesting. Most of these ideas about the shortage are new to me. You learn something new every day, huh? As for the most ridiculous price for ammo, I can get a 20 round box of decent 308 ammo for 20 bucks. I came across…"
Saturday
Native Son replied to Tim the Enforcer's discussion Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?
"One west coast paper did an investigative article on this.  One reason ammo is short is that demand has outstripped supply. One reason is that with two hot wars going on for years, the bulk of US ammunition production went to making 5.56NATO,…"
Saturday
Native Son replied to Tim the Enforcer's discussion Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?
"Agree about WWII.  In the late 1960s, an uncle of mine was still buying new in the box military ball .30-06 rifle and .30 carbine ammunition headstamped as loaded during WWII."
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Ammo shortage or manufactured crisis?

Posted in Gentleman Gunners.If you have the opportunity to shoot with any frequency, you may have noticed a little issue of procuring ammo over the past couple years. If you needed it you had to shop around, call all over the place, or go to every gun shop and show in "tri-state area."Generally the answers were, "We don't have any, but if we did you could pay our exorbitant prices and only buy a couple of boxes."  There was a lot of blame to go around...manufacturing lags, hoarding, zombies,…See More
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Sound off: Ammo Shortage? Or manufactured crisis?

If you have the opportunity to shoot with any frequency, you may have noticed a little issue of procuring ammo over the past couple years. If you needed it you had to shop around, call all over the place, or go to every gun shop and show in "tri-state area."Generally the answers were, "We don't have any, but if we did you could pay our exorbitant prices and only buy a couple of boxes."  There was a lot of blame to go around...manufacturing lags, hoarding, zombies, whatever.  If you didn't have…See More
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