https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2021/05/24/heres-why-it-could-take-years-for-ammunition-to-become-readily-available-again-n2589901 Saw this article recently and it's confirmed what I have been thinking the past few weeks. We're almost into June and nothing has changed really, so that means there's still a crazy high demand out there. Now, this could be fear mongering on part of the industry to gin up more demand and it is only from a domestic producer, not a foreign ammo manufacturer, so it may not quite be until 2023 before ammo prices and availability and primers become available, but I firmly believe we will not see any relief for the rest of 2021. And you can forget about it just affecting 9mm and .223, it's affecting every caliber because the companies making ammo are focused mostly on 9mm and .223, so all other calibers will be just as affected. Primers too will also be affected since the companies making the ammo need all the primers they can make. We're effectively in a consumer depression right now relating to the shooting industry. I mean, for firearms, air guns and muzzleloaders are doing just fine. The US may as well be the UK right now.