posted on Mar, 23 2013 @ 08:06 AM
Barring out and out civil conflict, this mass amount of ammunition could very well end right back on the market at a discounted price. Of course that
will be in 10-15 years from now. Maybe even sooner as the next administration or possibly even Congress (I doubt they would do it though) may even
order it to be put back on the market as another cost cutting measure.
The government routinely rotates it stockpile of ammunition as lot numbers age. Most of this ammo is also stored in containers away from the
I’ve previously bought ammo at gun shows as that is where you’ll find it cheaper in bulk quantities, rather than a sporting goods store. Often it
was older military grade ball ammo that was ten to twenty years old, but I’ve never had a problem with any of it.
As I see it, this could very well be a win-win as well. The ammo companies are working overtime to replenish stock and some are contemplating
expanding their plants, which means more jobs, thereby helping the local economy.
I know that I am being optimistic, but this admin only has three years left to do whatever damage they can do. The next administration can undo that
damage, though it is always easier said than done. Personally, I’d rather see no further damage done to our rights.
Like I say, I’m trying to look at the bright side. My only problem is that I’m not a patient guy.
I'm trying though.