It really bums me out to admit this, but the guilt of shooting is starting to get to me. Let me explain a bit... After late 2012, I basically stopped shooting until around late summer of 2014. With prices going insane, I felt absurd shooting what ammo I had for fear that there wouldn't be a time when I could replace it...or, at least, replace it for what I considered a "reasonable" price. Fast forward to now. I now reload, but all of us know how that scene is going at the moment. Materials are scarce, insanely expensive, or non existent. I've been shooting steady all summer and while I still have all kinds of reloading supplies...I'm beginning to get the "guilt" when I reload and go shooting. I'm contemplating cooling it for the time being...which really stinks as shooting and reloading is really my only hobby. My buddy stopped shooting completely last spring. He doesn't reload and mostly buys/shoots in real time so he has no real stores to draw from. Either way...mostly rambling, wondering what others are experiencing. *EDIT* I think that some of you have misunderstood what I'm trying to say here. I do not feel guilty that I have shooting supplies and others do not. I feel a crummy since of guilt when I shoot up my own stores when I'm uncertain when I'll be able to restock.