Gun and ammo makers can barely keep up with demand but they're staying cautious ahead of the election and not raising production capacity based on painful experience.
Great article.Gun and ammo makers can barely keep up with demand but they're staying cautious ahead of the election and not raising production capacity based on painful experience.www.forbes.com
Before the virus even left China I was sensing 2013 version 2.0 on the horizon so I took a chance and bought a few more cases of ammunition for each caliber I use the most. At the time I thought I may have been overreacting, but now I'm really glad I did!
At worst, you can sell it later during another bust/boom cycle.
I like having copious amounts of ammo so when I go shooting I will have ammo, I haven't yet considered ammo purchases for shooting in gun fights . I go to the range for fun besides I have been shooting since my dad would let me pull the trigger on his guns and I am 67 years old and suck at shooting.
Depends on which way the election goes.
If Trump wins re-election, I expect violence to escalate, driving gun and ammo prices higher.
If Biden wins, I expect guns and ammo will become priceless.