I'm thinking we will lose access to milsurp ammo. On the otherhand if the Russians and Ukrainians mix it up and go to war then maybe they will leave behind a large supply of "cheap" ammo we could buy up in a few years. Still trying to think out how we could benefit from this mess. There has to be a way to profit from it and still ensure a steady supply of milsurp ammo. Seems no other country is selling milsurp ammo in bulk other than Ukraine these days. We may even lose Russian sources of "cheap" commercial 9x18, 5.45x39. 7.62x39 and 7.62x54R ammo if Barack imposes trade sanctions. I am well stocked but would like to add more of some calibres to my current inventories. Thinking that Brown Bear, Silver Bear, Wolf, TulAmmo, etc. may suddenly disappear from the catalogues soon.
I will just keep my fingers crossed and keep adding what I can while I can. Since US manufacturers can't seem to do the job we have to hope for foreign manufacturers to fill the gaps and considering what the current political "anti-gun" climate is like here in the USA under the current regime I seriously doubt that they will empathize with our ammo shortage dilemma.Maybe a war in Ukraine will be good and maybe not - not taking any chances so I have accelerated my timeline for accumulating milsurp and foreign commercial ammo.
- Black Blade