Yup, I do FIFO on my supply as well. As best I can, at least.It sounds odd, but I've only purchased ammo for photographic purposes since things got weird. Like I just had to get a box of the Federal Syntech since I knew it would look nifty in a photo.
For training I dip into the oldest in my reserves.
If I never buy another round, I'm good for the duration.I own and run my own gun blog, and it's no secret that I post ammo and firearms deals of interest throughout social media and on the blog itself in the form of affiliate links. It's not millions, but the operation pays for itself and I can buy a decent slice of pizza or two afterwards.
Anyways, I posted that Lucky Gunner had some Black Hills 5.56mm 77gr OTM Mk262 Mod 1 in stock. Now, Black Hills is usually pricey, so it's even more pricier in the panic.
Some suggested that we should all stop buying ammo and this will force manufacturers and sellers to lower their price. But, isn't ammo on a slim margin anyways? And aren't we at the mercy of raw materials, etc? Like ammo makers can't control the price of lead and funky primer components...
All i know Mr. Earl , I did some quick calculating & by today's unheard of prices ,That suck's
Mr. BH .. Thank you for your inputAll i know Mr. Earl , I did some quick calculating & by today's unheard of prices ,
i could purchase a real high end handgun or rifle . That's If i sold some of my limited on hand stock .. Oh well , i'm glad i could buy some back a bit . Right now honestly i could not replace what i have or even close to it ..
Let's hope they were wrong , what some said a few months back . Our inventory would then become paperweights period .. If ever the SHTF , my so called paperweights will come alive faster than a case of montazuma's revenge .