lets face it the price has dropped and their inventory has been the same count for at least a week or two.It will go below .32/round if folks stop buying it.
How in the hell do they justify increased manfacturing costs of 50 year old, surplus ammo?
Gouging is gouging whether an individual, retailer or manufacturer.
I agree that holding off is the best way to fight the price gouging that we've seen.
I just assembled my first 7.62x39 AR and want to spend some range time with it so...
Its danged if I do and danged if I don't.
I picked up a little from a member here on classifieds and bought a few boxs of 20 rounds at my local RK