With the COVID-19 pandemic and record-high firearm sales in the United States, ammunition is in short supply, impacting the rising cost of ammunition.
Despite manufacturers saying they are producing as much ammunition as possible, many gun store shelves remain empty and prices keep rising. As a result of the pandemic, social unrest, and a rise in violent crime, millions have purchased guns for protection or taken up shooting for recreational purposes. If we’re going to understand the ammo shortage, we should start by understanding how ammunition is distributed and sold.
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