Not right now. People that don't even own firearms are buying everything they can get their hands on. When even .22 is out of stock, you know there is a problem. The hysteria is only a month old, people will forget.
Yes long gone ......why?..........why lower the price if people are going to pay for it regardless...........do you see oil for 2 dollars any more?
Price is affected by supply and demand.
Leading up to Sandy Hook supply struggled to keep up with demand, due to the hysteria related to Obama being re-elected and the Aurora shooting.
After Sandy Hook supply was all but zeroed out due to the incredible—primarily irrational—demand for any and everything that goes bang. Supply being zeroed out meant that many retailers literally could not get anything on their shelves. They raised prices in order to still maintain some sort of profit during the near-term prospect of not having much product to sell.
As supply catches up to demand, prices will return to more sensible levels. Is this a guarantee that everything will go back to EXACTLY how it was? No. But $0.30/rd for 9mm ammo won't remain the norm 6-9 months from now. Hopefully not even in 3 months. Realize that prices are generally 50-100% higher than normal across the board.
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