So here's a question. I know a ton of folks are panic buying. To some extent I can understand that, there is a very real possibility that certain things may no longer be available soon, but then there are things that make no sense. What I don't fully get is why garbage that people wouldn't ordinarily touch with a 10-foot pole is also all sold out as well. For example, the Century UC-9 Uzi-look-alike carbine. Youtuber rugersix did a 3-part video about his excruciating experience trying to get that thing running, all kinds of ammo, all kinds of mags, etc, etc. The thing weighs in at something like 9 or 10 pounds (heavier than even some full caliber battle rifles) despite shooting 9x19, and it sold for for $700+ even when widely available. So something that's been dismissed as overpriced garbage for years is now worth every penny at twice the price? Or how about Promag products. A year ago few people would choose to buy 'em at $9 and now you can sell out of them at $28? Is it the profit motive? Do people think they'd be able to flip this stuff for a profit, that is hoping to buy low and sell high? I'm not sure I can buy into that theory. If I didn't want a piece of junk when I could get it at $699, why would I want it buy it for $1100 later? Wondering what's the deal here.