After all the fuss is over, do you think prices will go back to how they were before, or just marginally lower? Also, what do you think about AR15's?
Well said, this will subside eventually. in the mean time we all need to remain well informed and make sensible, factual conversation during these times. When legislation gets squashed in the House, there will be quite a few sorely empty wallets in retrospect.i do not see this straightening out till the fear of congressional act is over though..
yep.. I would FOR SURE expect to wait a while on having ammo back. 6-8m seems reasonable.. as some in congress have already mentioned that it will be at LEAST 3m before congress would act on any GC measures. then add a monthor so for dickering. then whatever happens.. happens.. then manufacturing will stop holding their breath and start filling supply chains. figure 2-3 months of backlog and catch up filling old orders.. getting high priority buyers fileld... then couple that with consumers that were unprepaired and ammo deprived all this time. they will literally VACUME all the incoming ammo off the shelves.. creating another mini rush on the ammo distribution that is still starting back up.. figure a month of that.. I suspect we won't see normal ammo shelves and pricing till around sept/october...Per my gun shop ammo manufacturers have emptied there warehouses. I am not to worried about the price but I am worried about getting any. Per this guy it will be 6 to 8 months before things will start to get back to normal. Ammo may be in short supply all summer.
yes and no.Well said, this will subside eventually. in the mean time we all need to remain well informed and make sensible, factual conversation during these times. When legislation gets squashed in the House, there will be quite a few sorely empty wallets in retrospect.