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I've been to just two gun shows since the last presidential election. It has been obscene to watch ammunition prices climb the way they have. It can only happen if there are those who actually succumb to those price demands, and encourage other sellers to do the same.
When I get calls asking if I have any .22 rimfire ammunition in stock, my answer is that I have none to sell. I purposely put all my .22 rimfire inventory in two locked cupboards and only sell to my best customers who are in dire need. I also tell them that it is wise to buy when the buying is good and then if times like these strike us again, they can ride out the storm.

From what I've been seeing, is that centerfire handgun ammunition is starting to become more and more available, so that's no doubt as to where the primer stock is going, to assemble ammunition. Once, the demand for complete rounds dies down, then no doubt we'll be able to have primers of all sorts available for reloaders.
 
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