I would have to say that 4.5 to 5.5 cents per round is becoming the new "normal" - since the manufacturers and suppliers found out just how much people will pay in a panic.......
At the risk of being overly repetitive: It's always a good idea to put up a little extra of your favorite ammo when there is plenty on the shelf at current prices, instead of waiting for a shortage and nasty inflated prices. It won't be too long before today's prices seem like a bargain!
Same with all basic supplies. You just never know when people will spook, and clean off the shelves before you know that it's happening. I don't have the money, mindset or space to hoard, but having some extra cans of beans just makes sense to anyone who has seen shortages before.
Edited by Marc Kurth (11/27/15 06:29 PM)
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