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Well being as no brick and mortar have it in stock and the fact that online is out at most places Im not unhappy. Sure its overpriced, but I get what I can when I can or Ill never be able to grab range time again if I dont keep stock.
 

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i dont mean to be a dick, or do i ? but you idiots paying that price are gonna make it stay up there jesus ****ing christ get a clue. if you are worried about shtf, and shtf does happen there will be alot of **** lying around and people will be handing out ****. if you keep driving up prices s will htf.


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get educated pls talk to some old timers
 

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i dont mean to be a dick, or do i ? but you idiots paying that price are gonna make it stay up there jesus ****ing christ get a clue. if you are worried about shtf, and shtf does happen there will be alot of **** lying around and people will be handing out ****. if you keep driving up prices s will htf.

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrggggggggggggggggg

get educated pls talk to some old timers
You're an economic infant.
 

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With prices this high you should consider reloading. Can be done with hunting softpoint bullets for about 50 cents per round.
That is if you can find components. Powder, bullets, and primers are about as hard to find right now as assembled ammunition. Unless you already had a stockpile, you're still out of luck.
 

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With prices this high you should consider reloading. Can be done with hunting softpoint bullets for about 50 cents per round.
That is if you can find components. Powder, bullets, and primers are about as hard to find right now as assembled ammunition. Unless you already had a stockpile, you're still out of luck.
Yup. Sadly it isnt easy to reload these days. If I could I would as I have a buddy thats looking into a setup for reloading. One day though my garage will have the capability, but for now Ill have to stick with the the russian stuff. Accurate and goes bang every time so no complaints here.

**** it we will all suffer together
The market is what it is. Either get used to it or ignore it. Plus I think there are bigger forces at work that ACTUALLY effect market prices as opposed to the few rounds I buy for hunting and sighting in.:rolleyes:
 

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**** it we will all suffer together
Naw. You can suffer. I seen this **** coming long ago, that's prior 08', I'm good..
In fact, I set my self in a place where I knew I could auction stuff off that would turn huge profits.. Get this, I actually put " buy it now" prices up, but the auction would end higher than the buy it now price.. There are soooo many that haven't been educated a lick if economics, in fact, most have been brainwashed in snake oil economics (Silly terms like price gouging). Make no mistake, there is no avoiding natural selection.
 

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king you can keep trolling me if you want and keep thinking you are the only one with stuff packed away. You talk about 98" ? My great grandfather started me in 94" before I was even old enough to legally purchase anything. He had been doing it probably before you were born as have alot before us. Don't act like you are the first prepper to ever walk the earth. Fact is if everyone stopped buying prices would come down. Same with gasoline, but a little harder as people can only cut back so much on that. If you got a personal beef with me do not let it pour all over the threads like in the past please.
 

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When I see AR lowers in gun displays for 800 dollars when they were 100 dollars a few months ago that is price gouging fear mongering. I don't like AR's particular, nor the 556 round which is over 50 cent per , which is stupid for a varmint round, but it is all retarded, if you don't think it is, then you must be a seller, or want the collapse to happen.
 

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I have cut back on shooting. Sadly I wasnt able to stock up last year as I was under a 5 year pay cut and could barely pay my bills. Now I have few pennies to buy a few rounds so that hunting season isnt a "wish I had ammo" situation. The days of going to the range more then once a quarter are looooong gone. Only thing thats expendable these days is gun club 12ga and even that is drying up around here. So please for the love of God and all things holy dont preach about prices and cutting back on shooting. I have had to do so for the past few years and finally when I have a few bucks to buy some ammo for whatever reason Im going to do that.
 

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Naw. You can suffer. I seen this **** coming long ago, that's prior 08', I'm good..
In fact, I set my self in a place where I knew I could auction stuff off that would turn huge profits.. Get this, I actually put " buy it now" prices up, but the auction would end higher than the buy it now price.. There are soooo many that haven't been educated a lick if economics, in fact, most have been brainwashed in snake oil economics (Silly terms like price gouging). Make no mistake, there is no avoiding natural selection.
I say good for you, and I agree. I do feel bad though for the young people coming into the gun market and are getting screwed because of circumstances beyond thier control. Now for us over 30 who saw all this coming, could afford it and did nothing, shame on us getting caught short.
 
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